IN FLAMES Draw 2,700 To Hometown Gig

Gothenburg, Sweden-based IN FLAMES kicked off their European tour with a hometown gig in front of an audience of 2,700 Friday night (April 16). The group's set list for the show, according to the French IN FLAMES fan site, Everdying.com, was as follows:

01. Dead Alone
02. F(r)iend
03. The Quiet Place
04. Touch Of Red
05. Like You Better Dead
06. My Sweet Shadow
07. In Search For I
08. System
09. Trigger
10. Cloud Connected
11. Watch Them Feed
12. Pinball Map
13. Only For The Weak
14. Square Nothing
15. Clayman
16. Embody The Invisible
17. Colony
18. Coerced Coexistence
19. Gyroscope
20. Episode 666
21. Behind Space

Several of Sweden's biggest newspapers have reviewed the show in today's editions, with Martin Carlsson of Expressen handing it the highest score possible (5/5) and Aftonbladet and Göteborgs Posten both giving it a near-perfect rating (4/5). IN FLAMES are scheduled to perform in Oslo, Norway tonight, to be followed by a gig in Stockholm, Sweden Sunday night. DEVILDRIVER and CALIBAN are the opening bands on the tour.

(Thanks: InFlames.com)

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