IN FLAMES: New Studio Photos Posted Online
New pictures from the guitar- and bass-recording sessions for the new IN FLAMES album in Gothenburg, Sweden have been posted online at the group's official web site, InFlames.com. Check them out at this location.
IN FLAMES singer Anders Fridén recently told Nuclear Blast magazine that the upcoming album "will be more uptempo" and will feature "more guitar harmonies" than was the case with 2004's "Soundtrack to Your Escape".
IN FLAMES have finished shooting a video for the song "My Sweet Shadow" with director Patric Ullaeus of Revolver Film Company, who has previously worked with DIMMU BORGIR, CHILDREN OF BODOM and LACUNA COIL, among others. The band also completed a video for the track "F(r)iend" with Ullaeus. It is believed that the "My Sweet Shadow" clip will be serviced to video outlets during the coming weeks while the "F(r)iend" video will be used exclusively on the band's upcoming DVD.
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