|Origin||Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada|
|Genres||Progressive death metal, melodic death metal, power metal, thrash metal|
|Labels||DVS, Century Media|
|Past member(s)||Jim Austin|
Into Eternity was formed in 1997 by band members Tim Roth, Scott Krall and Jim Austin. They released their eponymous debut studio album Into Eternity in 1999. They re-released their debut album when they signed to Century Media Records a year later. Their second album Dead or Dreaming was released in 2001. The album saw the band move more into a progressive and death metal style. Their third studio album Buried in Oblivion was released on February 10, 2004 and their fourth studio album The Scattering of Ashes was released on October 3, 2006.
The band then went on tour from 2006 to 2008 and released their fifth studio album The Incurable Tragedy on August 25, 2008.
Drummer Bryan Newbury joined the band on March 9, 2011 and Stu Block joined Iced Earth in 2011. Amanda Kiernan joined the band in February 2012. In July 2021, Stu Block rejoined Into Eternity as a second vocalist (in a duet with Amanda).
Band members[change | change source]
- Tim Roth − Guitar, backing vocals (1997−present)
- Troy Bleich − Bass, backing vocals (2004−present)
- Stu Block − lead vocals (2005−2012, 2021-present)
- Justin Bender − Guitar (2006−present)
- Bryan Newbury − Drums (2011−present)
- Amanda Kiernan − live lead vocals (2012−present)
- Jim Austin − Drums (1997−2006)
- Chris Eisler − Guitar (1999)
- Christopher McDougall − Keyboards (1999−2001)
- Scott Krall − Bass and backing vocals (1997−2005)
- Daniel Nargang − Guitar, clean vocals (2001)
- Chris Krall − Clean and death vocals (2003−2004)
- Rob Doherty − Guitar and death vocals (2003−2005) (†)
- Collin Craig − Guitar (2006)
- Dean Sternburger − Vocals (2004)
- Adam Sagan − Drums (2005)
- Steve Bolognese − Drums (2006−2011)
Discography[change | change source]
Albums[change | change source]
- Into Eternity (1999)
- Dead or Dreaming (2000)
- Buried in Oblivion (2001)
- The Scattering of Ashes (2006)
- The Incurable Tragedy (2008)
- The Sirens (2018)
References[change | change source]
- "Into Eternity Announces New Drummer". blabbermouth.net. Retrieved 2013-04-13.
- "Iced Earth Announces New Singer". blabbermouth.net. Retrieved 2013-04-13.
- "Into Eternity Continues Demoing New Material, Plays Album Fundraising Show". blabbermouth.net. Archived from the original on 2019-09-12. Retrieved 2013-04-13.
- "Stu Block Returns to Into Eternity After Quitting Iced Earth". metalsucks.net. Retrieved 2021-07-18.