Into Eternity Seeking Touring Singer While Stu Block Continues With Iced Earth

Posted by on November 10, 2011

Into Eternity have been putting the final touches on their first album since 2008’s The Incurable Tragedy, and even gave fans a taste this past Summer with a new song called “Sandstorm.” And as they get closer to finishing the new record, the Canadian prog/ death metal group would like to do some more touring. However, one thing is preventing them from playing more shows: singer Stu Block’s new gig with Iced Earth.

Because Block will be busy touring with Iced Earth in support of their new album Dystopia, Into Eternity are looking for a singer to take over vocal duties while out on the road. The band released the following statement:

“As everybody already knows, our long time singer Stu Block has joined Iced Earth. We are very excited for him and he is killing it on tour in Europe right now!

In the meantime, we are still getting gig offers from promoters. This means, we are looking for a touring ONLY singer. It will not be an easy task to get someone like Stu, so it should be interesting to see who might be able to fill in!

To audition, we’re going to need to see a video of you singing an Into Eternity song. In addition, we’d like to hear you sing our new single ‘Sandstorm’. Justin can email you the (instrumental) version of ‘Sandstorm’ to record vocals over. Join us on Facebook or at our website www.intoeternity.net

Those interested in auditioning for a touring gig with Into Eternity can contact the band via intoeternity [at] intoeternity.net. And in case you still haven’t heard Into Eternity’s “Sandstorm,” you can listen to the new song after the jump.

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