INTO ETERNITY To Film Video For 'Spiralling Into Depression'

June 8, 2004

Canadian metallers INTO ETERNITY will film the live portion of their "Spiralling Into Depression" on Sunday, June 13 at The State in the group's hometown of Regina, Saskatchewan. Directing the clip will be Tyler Elynuik. The video shoot is open to the public.

INTO ETERNITY released their third album, "Buried In Oblivion", in February through Century Media Records. As was the case with their previous two albums, "Buried In Oblivion" was recorded at Touchwood Studios in Regina with ex-bassist Scott Krall, Grant Hall and Johnny "Sixpack" Gasparic handling the majority of production duties.

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