IN FLAMES: European Support Acts Confirmed, More U.S. Dates Announced

CALIBAN and DEVILDRIVER have been officially confirmed as the support acts for IN FLAMES' upcoming European tour, which kicks off on April 16 in Gothenburg, Sweden. Meanwhile, IN FLAMES' official web site has posted more dates as part of the group's upcoming co-headlining North American tour with KILLSWITCH ENGAGE (support at all dates will come from AS I LAY DYING). They are as follows:

May 03 - Clutch Cargos - Pontiac, MI
May 04 - Vic Theatre - Chicago, IL
May 05 - The Quest - Minneapolis, MN
May 06 - Pop's - Sauget, IL
May 07 - The Beaumont Club - Kansas City, MO
May 08 - Ogden Theatre - Denver, CO
May 10 - Showbox - Seattle, WA
May 11 - Commodore Ballroom - Vancouver, BC
May 12 - Roseland - Portland, OR
May 13 - Warfield Theatre - San Francisco, CA
May 14 - The Wiltern LG - Los Angeles, CA

IN FLAMES' new album, "Soundtrack To Your Escape", is scheduled for release in North America on April 6 through Nuclear Blast Records. The CD will arrive in Europe one week earlier (March 29).


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