IN FLAMES: New Album Artwork Posted Online

The official French IN FLAMES fan site Everdying has posted the cover artwork for the group's forthcoming CD, "Soundtrack To Your Escape". Check it out here. Also available for viewing is the cover of the band's new single, "The Quiet Place".

"The Quiet Place" will reportedly be released in early March and will feature the following track listing:

01. The Quiet Place
02. Remix
03. Acoustic Son (non-album track)
04. Cloud Connected (video)
05. Studio Report (video)

The single's "enhanced" version will contain the following:

01. The Quiet Place
02. My Sweet Shadow [remix]
03. Värmlandsvisan [recorded live at the "Queen Street Bar" in 2004]
04. The Quiet Place [video clip]
05. Studio Recording Session [video]
06. Screensaver

As previously reported, IN FLAMES are currently working on the video for "The Quiet Place".

"Soundtrack To Your Escape" is due in North America on April 6 through Nuclear Blast Records. The album will arrive in Europe one week earlier (March 29).


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