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For proof that from great suffering comes great art, look no further than INTO ETERNITY founding guitarist/principal songwriter Tim Roth. Much as he drew inspiration from his mother's passing when writing the band's critically acclaimed 2006 release, The Scattering Of Ashes, Roth again found the strength and resilience to turn negatives into positives on the "extreme progressive ... Read more in Amazon's Into Eternity Store

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  • Audio CD (October 3, 2006)
  • Original Release Date: 2006
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Century Media
  • ASIN: B000HCPSSU
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (25 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #133,969 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Novus Inceptum
2. Severe Emotional Distress
3. Nothing
4. Timeless Winter
5. Out
6. A Past Beyond Memory
7. Surrounded by Night
8. Eternal
9. Pain Through Breathing
10. Suspension of Disbelief
11. Paralyzed

Editorial Reviews

Canada's Into Eternity "a band that has so thoroughly crossbred the disparate extremes of brutality and melody in whose music heavy metal's potential is born anew," (Metal Maniacs) unveil their 2006 release, The Scattering Of Ashes. Consuming grief accompanies the transition from life to memory, corporeal to specter. Into Eternity herein take the dynamic talent of new vocalist Stuart Block, who toured with the band throughout 2005, and incorporates his talents in the rich, progressive arrangements that made Buried In Oblivion instantly awe-inspiring. After touring North America five times in 2005 with legendary cult metal bands Amorphis, Hate Eternal and Krisiun, Hammerfall and Edguy, Stratovarius, and Opeth and Nevermore, Into Eternity has cultivated a solid fanbase with their intense live performance. It's time now for the band to take the strengths they've developed and move forward, it's time for The Scattering Of Ashes to take hold of the American underground scene.

Customer Reviews

Stu can hit all kinds of ranges w/ his voice.
J. Forst
Check it out and if Into Eternity ever have a show near you, check them out live, theyre all really great and talented guys and deserve all the support they can get.
Ryne
INTO ETERNITY - Scattering of Ashes - Canada's Into Eternity have undoubtedly released one of the finest Metal albums of 2006.
Sunshine the Werewolf

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33 of 34 people found the following review helpful By Sunshine the Werewolf on October 4, 2006
Format: Audio CD
INTO ETERNITY - Scattering of Ashes

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Canada's Into Eternity have undoubtedly released one of the finest Metal albums of 2006. `Scattering of Ashes' is eleven songs which delicately blend, Power, Thrash, Melodic and Death Metal with technically, progressive proficiency.

Guitarist Tim Roth is musical mastermind... his eclectic, melodic guitar playing is as good as ever on this release, although not quite as flashy as on BiO, it seems much better grounded. Troy Bleich bass playing, when heard is fantastic, though a bit buried in the background, it provides a firm backdrop for Roth's guitar playing. Studio drummer, Jim Austin, is now not only their studio man but also a touring drummer. His drum work is incredibly precise and drives each song forward. The new edition to the band is vocalist Stu Block. His range, like former vocalist Chris Krall, is wide-ranging to say the least, from Halford-esc, uncharted wails to vicious death grunts and everything in between. (And I do mean everything)

Into Eternity made some waves in the underground with their previous album, Buried in Oblivion (2004) but with the release of their latest album and a spot on Dave Mustaine's `GIGANTOUR', IE are likely heading for greatness. Scattering of Ashes is easily on Par and may over time even surpass their previous greatness.

Favorite Songs: Out, A Past Beyond Memory, Pain Through Breathing, and Paralyzed.

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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Robert V. Jalonen on October 24, 2006
Format: Audio CD
I don't usually write reviews, but I'm getting a bit bothered by the criticism of Stu Block's classic metal vocals. Most of the reviews on this page portray his epic wailing as something to be "tolerated", in order to enjoy an otherwise excellent metal record. I, however, argue that his awesome singing CONTRIBUTES to the awesomeness of the record. Stu holds his own against contemporary power-metal standard barers like Tobias Sammut and Hansi Kursch, and might even compete with the greats like Tate, Dickinson, and Halford. He screams with the best of them, possesses great pitch, exhibits powerful emotion, and can spit out one helluva melodic hook. His growling, although less thrilling than the singing, is quite adequate. The riffage is also quite remarkable. As you were listening to the last 3 In Flames records, it perhaps occured to you "where did all the harmonized leads go?". Well, it would seem the answer is right here, baby.

This is definetely a contender for the best of the year, along with the new Iron Maiden, Blind Guardian, and Deicide releases.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Dan on February 27, 2007
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Take the best of black metal, the best of death metal, the best of power metal, mash it all together with a touch of progression and you get an artful blend of aggression and melody that is Into Eternity's "The Scattering of Ashes." A solid chunk of music that builds on the foundation of what is their own sound. From start to finish, this album never stops to give the listener a chance to comprehend what their ears have experienced.

The only negative thing about the album is the design and layout. It is unoriginal and boring for such a catchy and original piece of music.

Into Eternity has created a work of art that has put them in a league all their own. A must for one searching for music we all know and love in a whole new way.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Crystal D. Stasia on October 18, 2006
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I really love Into Eternity's Dead Or Dreaming, and Buried Into Oblivion which was a great follow up with a thicker juicier production and even more great chorus's. Although IE have always been accused of overplaying and having silly chorus's because of mixing death metal with "power metal" i have always stuck by there side when it comes to listening objectively. Well on this album the music is great maybe a bit TO much, the changing of musicians as they have done can really effect a band and the outcome of there music, in this case its just not tight and doesnt seem as relaxed and well thought out as before, in other words to forced. Also the integration of the new screaming "Rob Halfordish" vocalist just does NOT fit at all with the rest of the chaos going on. The drummer who is great over does it quite a bit to where you really can't sit and just go along with any of the songs. Also the new chorus's as i said before are subpar and just sound like they were overkilled while trying to come up with new ideas. I do give a marginal 3 stars though for extreme musicianship and there is definately no lack of energy here. I just hope on the next album they sit back and relax a bit and concentrate on writing instead of overpowering the music with overplaying.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Eddie Rattlehead on February 9, 2007
Format: Audio CD
One of my favorite new bands whose entire discography (which I own) parallels the greatest achievements in classical music in excellence, have managed to resurrect both Death and Metallica from their respective graves (although both were dead on a different level). In fact, with "SOTE" IE deserves that "new Death" moniker, so richly bestowed upon them almost unanimously by critics everywhere, not only in metal...In a lot of respects as sensational as Mastodon, though not nearly as original or groundbreaking. The key to IE's brilliance is not so much in originality, for granted we have all heard it before, but at the proficiency with which they marry seemingly disparate styles of metal and music in general while NEVER sacrificing an ounce of brutality. Though highly melodic, last year's offering of IE is both their most crushingly savage and most creative to date. One of the best and the strongest bands in metal today, a proof that metal is still far from its decline...My personal number 4 on 2006 metal's finest, beats even Scar Symmetry (though by a narrow margin)...
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