IN FLAMES: New Material Sounds 'Harder And Better Than Ever'

Sweden's IN FLAMES have posted the following update to their web site,

"IN FLAMES are confirmed for Wacken Open Air festival August 1st - 2003 » IN FLAMES are also confirmed for the Rock Hard Festival [June] 7th - 2003 »

"IN FLAMES are right now in the midst of working on new material for the upcoming album, due to be recorded later this summer. All of us are psyched for this of course, the material sounds harder and better than ever.

"The upcoming tour with MUDVAYNE and IN FLAMES will be a lot of fun as we are all getting eager to go out on the road again. After all, we've had 2½ months off now, and it's about time to get out there and have some fun.

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"As we speak we are on our way to Stockholm and the Grammies, which should be a lot of fun. ...Not talking about the award show in itself, but we heard about the party... :)

"Anyways, more dates will be announced soon, so stay tuned and we'll see you all in a few weeks.

"Take care! Anders, Peter, Jesper, Björn & Daniel"


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