IN FLAMES To Start Work On New CD In Late February!
IN FLAMES will enter Dug-Out Studio in Uppsala, Sweden with producer Daniel Bergstrand (i.e. MESHUGGAH, STRAPPING YOUNG LAD, STUCK MOJO) at the end of February to record their next CD, due out in the summer through Nuclear Blast Records. The as-yet-untitled follow-up to 2000's Clayman will reportedly be tracked and mixed over a month-and-a-half period, and will mark the first time the group have worked with Bergstrand, having collaborated with Fredrik Nordstrm at the latter's Studio Fredman in Gothenburg, Sweden on all of the band's previous full-length efforts. Prior to entering Dug-Out Studios to record the new album, IN FLAMES will join SLIPKNOT, AMERICAN HEAD CHARGE and DOWNTHESUN for a six-show UK tour, which is scheduled to begin on February 14th in Glasgow. The dates are as follows:
Feb. 14 Glasgow, UK @ SECC
Feb. 15 Manchester, UK @ Evening News Arena
Feb. 16 - London, UK @ Docklands Arena
Feb. 18 - Brighton, UK @ Centre
Feb. 19 - Cardiff, UK @ International Arena
Feb. 20 - Birmingham, UK @ NEC
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