IN FLAMES: 'The Quiet Place' Single Details Revealed, More European Dates Announced

February 23, 2004

Sweden's IN FLAMES have announced the final track listing for their upcoming CD single, "The Quiet Place", due on March 1 through Nuclear Blast Records. It is as follows:

01. The Quiet Place
02. My Sweet Shadow (Remix)
03. Värmlandsvisan (live)
04. The Quiet Place (videoclip)
05. Studio Recording Session (videoclip)
06. Screensaver (enhanced part)

"The Quiet Place" (Real Media video) comes off IN FLAMES' new album, "Soundtrack To Your Escape", due in North America on April 6 through Nuclear Blast Records. The CD will arrive in Europe one week earlier (March 29). The Swedish quintet's last album, 2002's "Reroute To Remain", has sold around 60,000 copies in the U.S., according to Nielsen SoundScan. Its predecessor, 2000's "Clayman", has shifted approximately 40,000 units in the U.S. so far.

Upcoming IN FLAMES shows:

European tour 2004:

Apr. 16 - Göteborg, SWE - Lisebergshallen
Apr. 17 - Oslo, NOR - Rockefeller
Apr. 18 - Stockholm, SWE - Arenan
Apr. 20 - TBA, GER - TBA
Apr. 21 - Tilburg, NETH - O13
Apr. 22 - Köln, GER - LHM
Apr. 23 - Antwerpen, BEL - Hof Ter Loo
Apr. 24 - London, UK - Astoria
Apr. 26 - Nürnberg, GER - Löwensaal
Apr. 28 - Stuttgart, GER - LKA
Apr. 29 - Milan, ITA - Alcatraz
Apr. 30 - Pratteln, SWI - Z7

Festivals 2004:

Jun. 10 - Sölvesborg, SWE - Sweden Rock Festival
Jun. 26 - Albacete, SPA - Metal Mania
Jul. 08 - Sundsvall, SWE - Gatufest
Jul. 09 - Wiesn, AUT - Forestglade West
Jul. 11 - Imst, AUT - Forestglade
Jul. 16 - Helsinki, FIN - Tuska Open Air Festival


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