IN FLAMES: Photos From 'Touch Of Red' Video Shoot Posted Online

More than two dozen pictures taken during the video shoot for the IN FLAMES track "Touch of Red" have been posted online at the group's official web site. Check them out here.

The "Touch of Red" clip, which was shot in Los Angeles during late August/early September, is being directed by Revolver Film Company's Patric Ullaeus, who has previously worked with DIMMU BORGIR, CHILDREN OF BODOM and LACUNA COIL, among others.

As previously reported, IN FLAMES filmed their gig at the Sticky Fingers club in Gothenburg, Sweden on Tuesday (Sept. 7) for an upcoming DVD. IN FLAMES will also be recording their shows in Los Angeles and New York in late September for the DVD, tentatively due next year. The band will play two full sets at each concert; the first set will be the whole new album, "Soundtrack to Your Escape", while the second set will consist of all the classics from the group's previous albums. There will be no support band at either show.


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