IN FLAMES: 'Black-Ash Inheritance' Finally Reissued On Shaped Picture-Disc Vinyl
NightOfTheVinylDead.com has finally reissued IN FLAMES' 1997 EP "Black-Ash Inheritance" as a shaped picture-disc vinyl. The EP, which is available on CD via Nuclear Blast Records, features the following tracks:
01. Goliaths Disarm Their Davids
03. Acoustic Medley
04. Behind Space (live)
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IN FLAMES was honored with the Swedish "Grammis" award in the "Best Hard Rock" category during a ceremony that was held on January 30 at Hovet in Stockholm. A total of five bands were nominated for their most recent releases, all of which came out during 2006. A video clip of IN FLAMES performing the song "Come Clarity" on the Swedish music awards show "Rockbjörnen" on January 11 in Stockholm, Sweden has been posted online at YouTube.com. The band's lineup for the performance included guitarists Björn Gelotte and Jesper Strömblad, who were both absent from the group's most recent U.S. tour.
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