Splintered Visions - Into Eternity - Buried In Oblivion (CD, Album)


2004
Label: Century Media - 77433-2P • Format: CD Album, Promo • Country: Germany • Genre: Rock • Style: Death Metal, Prog Rock
Splintered Visions - Into Eternity - Buried In Oblivion (CD, Album)

Buried in Oblivion () is a lot of good things put together into one impressive slab of metal. If you're planning on only listening to one CD from Into Eternity, make sure you listen to this one because it is (in my opinion) their best effort. The band doesn't waste any time as the album begins to play into “Splintered Visions.”.

"Splintered Visions" immediately showcases the impressive double attack of Rob Doherty and Tim Roth. To see these guys work together on the stage is the definition of shredding bliss. This song is basically a full throttle armageddon piece from start to finish with a catchy and well sung chorus, many fantastic breaks, a couple of blistering guitar solos, and a deadly avalanche of an ending/5(53).

Into Eternity line-up has changed slightly from the previous album, but the core members are still there: Tim Roth, Scott Crall and Jim Austin. Scott’s brother Chris (I presume he is his brother) adds another layer of lead vocals, and just about everybody contributes with .

Buried In Oblivion is a music studio album recording by INTO ETERNITY (Tech/Extreme Prog Metal/Progressive Rock) released in on cd, lp / vinyl and/or cassette/5.

 · Demon_of_the_Fall. March 13th, All songs written, performed and arranged by Into Eternity. All lyrics written by Tim Roth, Rob Doherty and Chris Krall. Recording information: Produced by Scott Krall and Johnny "Six Pack" Gasparic. Recorded, mixed and mastered at Touchwood Studios, Regina, SK, Canada, April 21st to September 21st


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