Top 10 Songs on Into Eternity's The Scattering of AshesMetal_Treasure The Scattering of Ashes is the fourth full-length studio album by Canadian metal band Into Eternity, released in 2006.
It's the first album to feature vocalist Stu Block, who later became known as the singer for American band Iced Earth (since 2011).
Some Iced Earth fans would be surprised to learn that Stu Block was a death metal vocalist - in this album he provided both clean and death vocals, and he did both very well. Stu frequently switches from clean to death vocals and vice versa within one song. I love it.
Into Eternity played several metal subgenres but this album is mostly Melodic / Progressive death metal.
The Top Ten
There's an official video clip on YT and when I first saw it I couldn't believe Stu Block was growling. And so good. - Metal_Treasure
A soft song with no death growls. - Metal_Treasure
Guitars here really go Yngwie-style neoclassical (though guitarist plays neoclassical style most of the time, here the influence is bigger) - Metal_Treasure
This song gets thrashy at times and I don't mind. - Metal_Treasure
A short intro song (1:40 minutes), instrumental - Metal_Treasure
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