INTO ETERNITY Announce Temporary Bassist

March 8, 2004

INTO ETERNITY guitarist/vocalist Tim Roth has issued a statement via the band's official web site elaborating on the departure of bassist Scott Krall and outlining the group's plans.

"There as been a lot of questions recently, so here is the current situation to help clear some of the air," Tim wrote. "Scott left for personal reasons that we won't go into. It's really a private band matter that should stay within the band.

"We don't have a permanent bass player yet. It might be months before we announce a replacement. However, our good friend Troy (from DIRTBRED) will be helping us out on bass. Troy will be doing the upcoming Regina shows. Troy plans to go on tour with us as well, which means our April USA shows. Troy is crushing in rehearsals and is really helping out big-time!

"The INTO ETERNITY sound will not suddenly change now. We are going to continue on and write the best music that we can! Thanks again for everyone's understanding... See ya on tour soon! Keep it Metal!"

As previously reported, INTO ETERNITY released their third album, "Buried In Oblivion", last month through Century Media Records. As was the case with their previous two albums, "Buried In Oblivion" was recorded in the group's hometown of Regina at Touchwood Studios with Krall, Grant Hall and Johnny "Sixpack" Gasparic handling the majority of production duties.

Upcoming INTO ETERNITY shows:

Mar. 12 – Regina, SK @ The State (w/ DEADLIFT, THE ORCHARD)
Mar. 14 - Regina, SK @ The State (w/ THE CAST, FAR FROM RUIN, DEADLIFT) (all ages)

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