IN FLAMES To Film 'Come Clarity' Video

Sweden's IN FLAMES will be shooting a video later this month in California for the title track from their latest album, "Come Clarity". The clip will be directed by Lex Halaby, who has previously worked with MUDVAYNE, KILLSWITCH ENGAGE and AS I LAY DYING, among others.

In other news, IN FLAMES will embark on a short Swedish tour dubbed "A Day In Flames" in August/September 2006. The dates are as follows:

Aug. 26 - Göteborg, SWE @ Röda Sten
Aug. 30 - Stockholm, SWE @ Gröna Lund
Sep. 02 - Malmö, SWE @ Mölleplatsen

IN FLAMES' upcoming North American headlining tour in support of their "Come Clarity" CD will also feature THROWDOWN, NEVERMORE and EVERGREY.

"Come Clarity" has sold 74,000 copies in the United States since its February 7 release, according to Nielsen SoundScan.


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