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Old 02-19-2012, 04:20 PM
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43.) Into Eternity - Buried in Oblivion (2004)

Before their two album stint with now-Iced Earth vocalist Stu Block, Into Eternity released one album with a dude named Chris Krall on lead vocals. In all honesty, Chris didn't have the range, power or variation to do what Stu does. But he did have a BADASS voice that was a perfect fit for what the band was doing at the time. This album has a lot of raw energy and some of the band's best songwriting to date.

Highlights:
3 Dimensional Aperture
Spiralling Into Depression
Buried in Oblivion / Black Sea of Agony
Great album. Clean vocals and growling I think Stu and Chris are the same, Chris is a little better. But when it comes to the high pitched halford vocals Stu can do that very well. I hear Stu is leaving Into Eternity. They should bring Chris back or the guy from Dead Or Dreaming and do antoher album like that and Buried In Oblivion, but judging by the new song I heard a few months ago the new album might not sound like that.

Splintered Visions should be in your highlights
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