IN FLAMES Guitarists Schedule FUZZ GUITAR SHOW Signing Session

On Saturday, April 18, guitarists Björn Gelotte and Jesper Strömblad of Swedish metallers IN FLAMES will take part in a signing session at the guitar fair at the Fuzz Guitar Show in Gothenburg, Sweden. They will be at the Gibson/Luthman stand between 14.00 and 15.00.

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IN FLAMES' latest video, "Delight and Angers", was once again directed and produced by Patric Ullaeus (DIMMU BORGIR, LACUNA COIL) of Revolver Film Company, who has helmed a number of IN FLAMES clips in the past, including "Take This Life", "My Sweet Shadow", "The Quiet Place" and "Alias".

The cover art for the "Delight and Angers" single was created by Alex Pardee, who was responsible for all artwork on IN FLAMES' latest album, "A Sense of Purpose".

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