Formed in 1995, Ewigkeit was the experimental extreme music project of James Fogarty (aka Mr. Fog). On 28 March 2007, Fogarty announced the end of the project on Blabbermouth, the Death To Music website and also on Myspace .
The purpose of this one-man project was to try and forge a totally unique musical sound, rather than copy from others. After the release of the first album, Battle Furies on a short-lived Neat Records subsidiary called Eldethorn, Fogarty reputedly gave his entire music collection away to an Oxfam charity shop so that he would be free of influences creating his next work. Starscape was received well by the critical extreme music press, but label problems delayed the release of Land of Fog, which was eventually released on Metal Age Productions. Fogarty himself regards this as the first 'proper' Ewigkeit album, and it gained him enough attention to get his project signed to the prestigious (in extreme music circles) Earache label, on which 'Radio I