\"Everybody is familiar with Jim\'s drumming style from our albums \'Into Eternity\', \'Dead or Dreaming\' and \'Buried in Oblivion\'. We are all happy that Jim is willing to help us out with this new record. Before we get too far ahead of ourselves, we should point out that this arrangement is just for the recording of the album. Jim has a good job now that we wouldn\'t want him to lose.\"
Previously Jim Austin played drums and sang in Into Eternity for seven years. Austin was forced to leave the Canadian band in July 2004 due to \"financial reasons,\" according to a posting by Austin on the band\'s official message board:
\"We simply have no money and need to work. Into Eternity needs to tour and we cannot afford to go right now.\"
Jim Austin was replaced by Adam Sagan, previous from the band Halcyon. Sagan left again in February 2006.
Into Eternity\'s new CD will mark the group\'s first release with singer Stu Block. The band\'s latest album, \"Buried in Oblivion\", was released in February 2004 through Century Media Records.
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