In Flames are currently wrapping a co-headlining North American tour with fellow Swedes Opeth, and now announced the second leg of their Siren Charms Tour for 2015. The band will return to North America and play 21 full headline shows in February and March in support of the newest record Siren Charms. The trek starts on February 20th in Santa Ana, California and wraps on March 18th in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Wovenwar, who supported the band's European tour, will open all dates, while All That Remains will serve as direct support. Who's going?
Currently on the road in Europe touring in support of their newest album Siren Charms, In Flames are about to record a new live DVD/Blu-Ray/album due to be released in 2015. The band is filming the release on the last shows of the tour in November in Stockholm and Gothenburg, Sweden. It's been 9 years since their last DVD was released, which was Used And Abused... In Live We Trust.
Strasbourg's concert venue La Laiterie has announced the cancellation of several upcoming shows, scheduled from 09/10 to 22/10. Those include one of the two French dates of Accept's 2014 tour, one of the French dates of In Flames' 2014 European tour and one of the French dates of Anathema's 2014 European tour. The findings of a recent security inspection pointed out a potential safety hazard in the main concert hall. As a consequence, the city of Strasbourg - the owner - decided to temporarily shut down the place pending its return to compliance with the regulatory requirements.
Originally Jesper Strömblad cited recovery from alcoholism as the main reason for leaving popular Swedish band In Flamesback in 2010. But the guitarist has now announced on his Facebook page while answering questions from fans that the main reason was that he and the rest of the band saw the band heading in different directions. Indeed it would appear that Jesper would've preferred the band to stay a melodic death metal band as opposed to the more alternative metal/rock approach they have adopted over the last decade or so.
After the recent tour news, In Flames give us new music today. So far, the Swedes have revealed their new album's first single "Rusted Nail" and today they premiere a new video for "Through Oblivion". This means you can listen to more new material from the impending Siren Charms. The video for "Through Oblivion" was directed once again by Patric Ullaeus as their previous video. Watch the video here and give us your opinion about the song.
Two Swedish heavyweights, Opeth and In Flames, will join forces on a North American co-headlining tour with support from Red Fang. Both Swedish bands have new albums to present. The trek is set to get underway on December 3rd at the Riviera Theatre in Chicago, and traverse North America through the end of the month. Are you planning to attend these shows? Not a lot of shows were announced, so grab the opportunity!
Swedish metallers In Flames recently filmed their new video with director Patric Ullaeus. Today the video has premiered officially and you can watch it below. The video is for the new tune "Rusted Nail" which is also the first single released from the band's impending new album Siren Charms.
Swedish metallers In Flames have more news for us today. After revealing the album cover that will grace Siren Charms, today you can see the new album tracklist. Expect 11 new songs and their first single called "Rusted Nail" coming on June 13th. The single details were also revealed and you can check out the cover below as well.
After the trick to announce their new album, the Swedish band In Flames has now revealed on their website the cover art of their upcoming album Siren Charms which will be released worldwide in September. Siren Charms will be their 11th studio album and comes three years after the release of Sounds Of A Playground Fading. What do you think about the cover?
While it appeared yesterday that In Flames' website might have been hacked promising more info today, now it seems like a prank from the band setting up for the album announcement. When you click on the info, you find a short video revealing that the album has been set for release in September and will be titled Siren Charms. The new album was recorded at Hansa Studios in Berlin and should come out under Epic Records.
In Flames have entered the next phase of their new album, namely the recording process. The Swedes have just arrived at Hansa Studios in Berlin to record the follow-up to the gold-selling Sounds Of A Playground Fading from 2011. The recording of the band's eleventh album will continue throughout the year, and in the spring of 2014, we will have the chance to hear the result of their hard work.
In Flames have released a brand video for the title track of their latest album Sounds Of A Playground Fading. The video, that is made of footage from the band's recent live shows, was produced by Patric Ullaeus. The Swedes are currently working on new material, but for now, while you wait, you can enjoy this video below.
It turns out that the jester racers In Flames have more than just a comic book coming up. The writing sessions for the new album have begun and you can probably expect to hear it next year. The Swedish band is working on the follow-up to Sounds Of A Playground Fading (2011). What would you like to see the band try on the next album?
Guitarist Niclas Engelin of Swedish metallers In Flames will sit out a few of the band's shows this summer. His temporary replacement for those gigs will be Patrik Jensen from The Haunted. The band will play a series of festivals this summer.