Tag: In Flames

Interview: In Flames talk “Foregone” with Ola Englund!

As Swedish Melodic Death Metal pioneers In Flames have a new album on the way in “Foregone“, guitarist Bjorn Gelotte is the latest in the chair alongside Ola Englund for coffee. The bands 14th album in all will appear via Nuclear Blast on 10th February and it has already seen four singles land. It is

Interview: In Flames talk “Foregone” with Metalshop!

Ahead of the bands European tour stop in Prague Czech Republic Metalshop conducted an interview with Anders Friden from Swedish Melodic Death Metal pioneers In Flames. Ten fun questions that mix both talk of the bands music including upcoming new album “Foregone“, which has already spawned four singles including “The Great Deceiver“, and a few

NEWS: In Flames unforgiven in “Foregone Pt. 2”!

“If you look in the mirror and don’t like what is there, Is it the one you despise with no tears to spare? How did we end up here? Burn all the empires and face what you fear, As the day passes we watch the world corrode, Vampires in daylight, the condemned are here to

NEWS: In Flames announce album #14!

It may only be mid September but there are already a few record release dates tumbling out for early 2023. One of those is a new album from In Flames titled “Foregone” which is set for 10th February by via Nuclear Blast, the news of which comes alongside a cut titled “Foregone Pt. 1”. Officially it’s

Throwback: “Trigger” from In Flames!

It may seem hard to believe but this past weekend marked the 20th Anniversary of the release of “Reroute to Remain” from Swedish Melodic Death Metal legends In Flames. Released via Nuclear Blast and produced by Daniel Bergstrand (Meshuggah, Soilwork, Dimmu Borgir) it was seen as controversial at the time because it represents a major

Bootleg: “Shadowminds” from The Halo Effect!

It’s seems incredible but Wacken Open Air Festival in Germany reached its 31st incarnation this summer. There to celebrate were Swedish Melodic Death Metal Supergroup The Halo Effect, four parts former members of In Flames alongside Dark Tranquillity vocalist Mikael Stanne who offer a path the the roots of the Gothenburg Sound with their debut

NEWS: The Halo Effect live in broken trust?

Filmed on a rooftop in their native Gothenburg Sweden, The Halo Effect have premiered a music video for “In Broken Trust“ from their debut album “Days Of The Lost” out today via Nuclear Blast. The band, who are comprised of veterans from In Flames and Dark Tranquillity will be joining Amon Amarth and Machine Head