Professionally filmed video footage of Swedish metallers IN FLAMES performing the song "Come Clarity" at this year's Wacken Open Air festival, which took place in early August in Wacken, Germany, has been posted online. The six-minute clip, which includes a short interview with the band's singer Anders Fridén, can be viewed below (Note: the footage originally aired on WDR's "Rockpalast" program [web site] in Germany).
IN FLAMES is currently at the band's own IF Studios in Gothenburg, Sweden working on the follow-up to last year's "Come Clarity".
A new IN FLAMES track, entitled "Abnegation", is featured on the "Viva La Bands, Vol. 2" album, which was released on September 4 via Ferret Music and Filthy Note Records. The CD features exclusive tracks, written and recorded for the CD/DVD combo from some of Bam's favorite acts like CLUTCH, CKY, CHILDREN OF BODOM, VIKING SKULL and VAINS OF JENNA. A U.S.-exclusive track from SHINY TOY GUNS and music from other faves like GWAR, THE SOUNDS, DIMMU BORGIR and KILL HANNAH also appears on the killer compilation.
Listen to the new IN FLAMES track "Abnegation" at this location.
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