In the year 2003, the two IN FLAMES guitarists/songwriters Björn Gelotte and Jesper Strömblad decided to start a project that is somewhat different from what they usually do. The idea was to create a band that is far removed from the music they are famous for. They had a clear vision of how this should sound.Together with experienced musical artist Tinna Karlsdotter and Björn's sister Emma Gelotte they recorded a few songs as the first ALL ENDS demo. The resultant recording, which is said to be "quite far away from IN FLAMES," is currently being shopped to interested labels. For more information, visit www.allends.com.
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