IN FLAMES Film Scene For Swedish Movie

IN FLAMES guitarist Jesper Strömblad and bassist Peter Iwers were joined by longtime friends Fredrik Kreem (IN FLAMES webmaster), Daniel Antonsson (PATHOS, DIMENSION ZERO) and Fredrik Johansson (guitarist/drummer, appears on The Jester Race) during the filming of a performance scene for an upcoming Swedish movie (as yet untitled) based on the book Till Sanningens Lov, written by Torgny Lindgren. The film will open in cinemas across Scandinavia in February 2003, and it will reportedly be "the biggest movie [next] year," according to IN FLAMES' official web site.

Kreem, Antonsson, and Johansson were reportedly filling in for drummer Daniel Svensson, guitarist Björn Gelotte and vocalist Anders Friden, who were attending to promotional issues.


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