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Customer Reviews


Not really an album for die hard In Flames fans but catchy as hell and amazing guitarwork as always. Quite mainstream so could reel in some new fans

It's Ok.

In Flames' new record has been long awaited. However in my opinion they've lost their sound with this new record. There is more synthesiser influence and Anders has lost his trademark screams.
The music is ok but won't get your juices flowing.
New In Flames fans will like this music but fans like me from the Whoracle & Colony records will be disappointed with this.
It's a bit too 'poppy'. It seems like In Flames are trying to reach out to a wider audience.

Great Album

Melodic, heavy and different. In Flames are always at the forefront of metal.


Formed: 1990 in Göthenburg, Sweden

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

After leaving Ceremonial Oath to form In Flames, founding member and guitarist Jesper Strömblad saw this project as a way of expressing his songwriting creativity rather than being stuck in the background. With the added influences of Iron Maiden and Black Sabbath, along with his own touch of aggressive metal that overwhelmed his home country of Sweden, Wrong Again Records took notice and released In Flames' 1993 debut, Lunar Strain. In the tradition of many other Swedish metal acts, In Flames also...
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