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Splintered Visions - Into Eternity - Buried In Oblivion (CD, Album)

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  • Durr
    says:
    Into Eternity. The Incurable Tragedy. 22/08/ Into Eternity. The Scattering Of Ashes. 25/09/ Into Eternity. Buried in Oblivion. 23/02/ Into Eternity. Buried in Oblivion. 23/02/ CD: Splintered Visions; Embraced By Desolation; 3-d Aperture; Beginning Of The End; Point Of Uncertainty; Spiralling Into Depression; Isolation.
  • Tataxe
    says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Buried In Oblivion on Discogs/5(9).
  • Shakale
    says:
    Buried in Oblivion is the third full-length studio album by the Canadian melodic death metal and progressive metal band Into Eternity, released on February 10, by Century Media Records. Track 6, Spiraling Into Depression, became the band's first single and first video.
  • Naran
    says:
    Buried in Oblivion () is a lot of good things put together into one impressive slab of metal. If you're planning on only listening to one CD from Into Eternity, make sure you listen to this one because it is (in my opinion) their best effort. The band doesn't waste any time as the album begins to play into “Splintered Visions.”.
  • Taucage
    says:
    Into Eternity line-up has changed slightly from the previous album, but the core members are still there: Tim Roth, Scott Crall and Jim Austin. Scott’s brother Chris (I presume he is his brother) adds another layer of lead vocals, and just about everybody contributes with .
  • Jugal
    says:
    Splintered Visions Lyrics: Medicate the mind / Recover and Evaluate / Pills swallowed / Sleep sets in / Enter the other side / Splintered visions / Brought on by your mind / Splintered visions.
  • Darr
    says:
    1) Splintered Visions 2) Embraced By Desolation 3) 3 Dimensional Aperture 4) Beginning of the End 5) Point of Uncertainty 6) Spiraling Into Depression 7) Isolation 8) Buried in Oblivion 9) Black Sea of Agony 10) Morose Seclusion.
  • Tekazahn
    says:
    Aug 17,  · Buried in Oblivion - (Century Media Records) I DO NOT OWN MUSIC RIGHTS Tim Roth (guitars), Rob "Smiley" Doherty (guitars/backing vocals), .
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