IN FLAMES: New Audio Interview With BJÖRN GELOTTE Posted Online

July 6, 2008

Guitarist Björn Gelotte of the Swedish metal band IN FLAMES was interviewed for this week's edition of the "The Governor's Ball". Gelotte talks about "haters and holes, and about why they don't play too much older material live," according to a press release.

You can download the program at this location.

IN FLAMES will embark on a European headlining tour in October. Support on the trek will come from SONIC SYNDICATE and GOJIRA.

IN FLAMES's new album, "A Sense of Purpose", shifted 20,000 copies in the United States during its first week of release. This is slightly less than the opening tally of "Come Clarity" (Ferret),which sold just under 24,000 copies in February 2006 to debut at position No. 58.

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