Sweden's IN FLAMES will be supporting MOTÖRHEAD on a U.K. tour beginning at the end of the month. "This will be the longest U.K. tour we have ever done and we are really psyched for it, so hope to see you all there," IN FLAMES write on their web site. Confirmed dates are as follows:

Oct. 30 - Bristol, UK - Colston Hall
Oct. 31 - Ipswich, UK - Regent Hall
Nov. 01 - Nottingham, UK - Rock City
Nov. 03 - Cardiff, UK - University
Nov. 04 - Sheffield, UK - City Hall
Nov. 05 - Manchester, UK - Apollo
Nov. 07 - Glasgow, UK - Academy
Nov. 08 - Liverpool, UK - University
Nov. 10 - Birmingham, UK - Academy
Nov. 11 - Newcastle, UK - City Hall
Nov. 12 - Bradford, UK - St. Georges Hall
Nov. 14 - Leicester, UK - De Montfort Hall
Nov. 15 - Oxford, UK - New Theatre
Nov. 16 - Norwich, UK - UEA
Nov. 18 - Folkestone, UK - Leas Cliff Hall
Nov. 19 - London, UK - Brixton Academy
Nov. 20 - Cambridge, UK - Corn Exchange
Nov. 22 - Plymouth, UK - Pavilions
Nov. 23 - Southampton, UK - Guildhall

As previously reported, Nuclear Blast has pushed back the projected release date of the new IN FLAMES album, "Come Clarity", to February 2006.

The follow-up to "Soundtrack to Your Escape", "Come Clarity" was mixed at Tonteknik studio in Umeå, Sweden and will be "more uptempo" and will feature "more guitar harmonies" than its predecessor, according to IN FLAMES singer Anders Fridén.

IN FLAMES recently completed a U.S. tour as one of the main-stage acts at this year's Ozzfest.


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