IN FLAMES: 'The Quiet Place' Video Posted Online
The official German IN FLAMES fan site In-Flames.de has posted the video for the group's new single, "The Quiet Place". Download it here (.mpg, file size: 33.9 MB). Also available for download from the same site is a partial recording of IN FLAMES' appearance at Popstad 2004, taped this past Friday (Feb. 13) in Jönköping, Sweden. Check it out here.
"The Quiet Place" clip was helmed by acclaimed director Patric Ullaeus (DIMMU BORGIR, MNEMIC, LACUNA COIL, WITHIN TEMPTATION, PASSENGER) and was shot at The Revolver Ranch and at different locations/sets in Gothenburg, Sweden. Pick-up shots were made in New York. The clip will be made available on the "The Quiet Place" enhanced CD, due on March 1.
"The Quiet Place" comes off IN FLAMES' forthcoming album, "Soundtrack To Your Escape", due in North America on April 6 through Nuclear Blast Records. The CD will arrive in Europe one week earlier (March 29).
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