IN FLAMES bassist Peter Iwers has posted the following message on the group's official web site:"Hey, all! We just started this whole roundtrip with the Ozzfest and the first show was yesterday! Wow, we really had a blast , I'm really looking forward to the next shows as well... "I was a bit worried that people wouldn't get over to our stage in time, but once we hit the stage I was fine, everybody seemed to know about the fact that we'll start a few minutes early on every Ozzfest and got over from the second stage in time for our show....great crowd too!!!! "Added a few pictures of me and Jesper doing a walkabout in Glens Falls here." As previously reported, Nuclear Blast Records has pushed back the projected release date of the new IN FLAMES album, "Come Clarity", to February 2006. No reason was given for the delay. The follow-up to 2004's "Soundtrack to Your Escape", "Come Clarity" was mixed at Tonteknik studio in Umeå, Sweden and will be "more uptempo" and will feature "more guitar harmonies" than its predecessor, according to IN FLAMES singer Anders Fridén. IN FLAMES will release a live set on double-DVD/double-CD, entitled "Used And Abused…In Live We Trust", on July 25. Click here for details.
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