Megadeth, Lamb of God, Trivium, and In Flames recently hit Portland, Maine’s Cross Insurance Arena and it was simply something to behold.
Nearly two years after their original date, melodeath royalty In Flames rips through a career-spanning set at Concorde 2 in Brighton at the start of their UK run with Vexed and Defects.
Archives: Volume 4 (read our review here) felt, to be honest, a little tired and stretched to the max…
Melodic death metal pioneers In Flames further cemented their reputation as a must-see live band with a triumphant performance at London’s Roundhouse, supported by Norma Jean and Light The Torch.
Within Temptation recently wrapped up a North American tour with In Flames as their openers. During their Toronto stop at Rebel, lead singer Sharon den Adel spoke to us about keeping her children safe on the internet, musical collaborations, and the band’s new album Resist.
In Flames lead singer Anders Fridén took some time to speak about I, The Mask (Eleven Seven Music and Nuclear Blast), keeping a band together for so long, producer Howard Benson, and drawing inspiration form Slayer.
Within Temptation and In Flames teamed up for an epic evening of music, fun, and birthday wishes on March 6th at Toronto’s Rebel nightclub.
Swedish metallers In Flames released their thirteenth album, I, The Mask, on March 1st through Nuclear Blast. In this exclusive video trailer, Anders and Bjorn from the band talked about which songs they’re looking forward to playing live amongst other things.
To say I, the Mask is great would be somewhat of an understatement; quite simply, it is a tremendous success for In Flames and enhances their already fine catalogue of music.
On the eve of the release of their thirteenth album, I, The Mask (due March 1st via Nuclear Blast Records and 11-7 Music), we caught up with vocalist Anders Fridén for a thorough conversation on everything about the album and the evolution of this game-changing band.
In Flames have announced their thirteenth studio album, titled, I, The Mask will be released on March 1st 2019 and have dropped two new tracks as a taster for fans.
Light This City’s first release in ten years provides some highlights, yet is not consistent enough to be a truly memorable album.
The first acts have been confirmed for the first instalment of In Flames’ own two day festival Borgholm Brinner (Borgholm is Burning).