Sweden's IN FLAMES have been confirmed as the support act for DIO on June 6 at the Rizoupoli stadium in Athens, Greece.IN FLAMES will be embarking on a second North American headlining tour in support of their critically acclaimed new album, "Come Clarity". The trek is slated to commence on May 5 and follows the band's recent sold-out North American tour of the same name. Support on the IN FLAMES tour will be provided by THROWDOWN, NEVERMORE and EVERGREY. The North American trek will follow the band's current 35-city European headlining tour — featuring support from SEPULTURA — which began March 12 in Oslo, Norway. Additionally, IN FLAMES will launch a U.S. commercial radio campaign — the first in the band's storied history — in late April. The radio blitz will initially focus on the "Come Clarity" roll-out track, "Take This Life", with a second single from the album to follow. IN FLAMES' "Come Clarity" has sold 55,000 copies in the United States since its February 7 release, according to Nielsen SoundScan. For a complete listing of IN FLAMES' upcoming dates, visit InFlames.com.
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