Posts Tagged ‘In Flames history’

in_flames_-_soundtrack_to_your_escape_As I was sifting through our website archives recently, I stumbled upon a review of this album, realizing Monday, March 17, 2014, marked the 10-year anniversary of its release. Already? Soundtrack to Your Escape is not the most popular album among diehard In Flames fans and never will be—I realize that. But this was an important release for the influential Swedish metal band, and I’ll try to explain why. (more…)

Sounds of the Underground with Björn Gelotte

Sounds of the Underground with Björn Gelotte

A year after opening the main stage of Ozzfest 2005, Swedish metal kings In Flames are braving the near-100-degree heat of the American summer yet again with a featured slot on the second installment of the Sounds of the Underground tour. Jeff Maki and Greg Maki of Live-Metal.net caught up with guitarist Björn Gelotte at the tour’s recent stop at the Merriweather Post Pavilion in Columbia, Md., to discuss the band’s evolution, touring and early plans for the follow-up to their latest release, Come Clarity. (more…)