IN FLAMES Working On Follow-Up To 'Siren Charms'

IN FLAMES Working On Follow-Up To 'Siren Charms'

Swedish metallers IN FLAMES are working on material for the follow-up to 2014's "Siren Charms" album for a tentative late 2016 release.

The band last year inked a new management deal with Tenth Street Entertainment, which also looks after MÖTLEY CRÜE and FIVE FINGER DEATH PUNCH, among others.

"Siren Charms" sold around 9,000 copies in the United States in its first week of release to debut at position No. 26 on The Billboard 200 chart.

IN FLAMES drummer Daniel Svensson announced last fall that he was leaving the band to focus on his family life. He said in a statement: "It's hard to leave what have become my second family, but now it's time for me to take care and spend more time with the most important people in my life — my wife and my three daughters."

IN FLAMES has not yet named a replacement for Svensson.

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