IN FLAMES: Early Albums To Be Reissued
Sweden's IN FLAMES will have their "Lunar Strain" debut (1994) and follow-up EP, "Subterranean" (1995), re-released through Regain Records on February 29. Both CDs have been digitally remastered and include a number of bonus tracks.
"Lunar Strain" reissue track listing:
01. Behind Space
02. Lunar Strain
05. Everlost (Part I)
06. Everlost (Part II)
08. In Flames
09. Upon an Oaken Throne
10. Clad in Shadows
11. In Flames (demo version)
12. Upon an Oaken Throne (demo version)
13. Acoustic Piece (unreleased)
14. Clad in Shadows (demo version)
"Subterranean" reissue track listing:
01. Stand Ablaze
06. Dead Eternity (feat. Jocke Gothberg)
07. The Inborn Lifeless (feat. Jocke Gothberg)
08. Murders in the Rue Morgue (IRON MAIDEN cover)
09. Eye of the Beholder (METALLICA cover)
IN FLAMES' new album, "Soundtrack To Your Escape", is due in North America on April 6 through Nuclear Blast Records. The CD will arrive in Europe one week earlier (March 29).
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