Swedish metallers IN FLAMES will guest on the "Tangra Metal Shock" extreme metal show on Bulgaria's Tangra Mega Rock Internet radio station on Monday, March 16 at 9:30 p.m. CET.You can listen to the program live via the Internet at this location. "Delight and Angers", the new video from Swedish metallers IN FLAMES, will make its online debut via MySpace on March 25 at 10:00 a.m. CET. The clip 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 videos 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". IN FLAMES recently cancelled its tour of the U.K. and Ireland, which was scheduled to take place in April. The band explained, "As you already know, Jesper [Strömblad, guitar] is currently at an alcohol rehabilitation clinic and is taking some time off to get better. Peter [Iwers, bass] is about to become a dad. We obviously knew about Peter becoming a dad and originally planned to have a replacement bassist, but with the recent events surrounding Jesper, we simply feel that it is not fair on the fans to see a completely different lineup, which, in our eyes, is not IN FLAMES." Strömblad is sitting out IN FLAMES' tour of South America, Australia and Japan after checking himself into a rehabilitation clinic in order to receive treatment for his alcohol addiction. On this tour, Niclas Engelin from the Swedish band ENGEL is filling in on guitar. Niclas has helped IN FLAMES on a couple of occasions in the past and is no stranger to the band's songs or the touring life. Fan-filmed video footage of IN FLAMES performing the song "Only For The Weak" on February 14, 2009 in Buenos Aires, Argentina can be viewed below (clip uploaded by "lbarrera789").
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