IN FLAMES To Guest On KNAC.COM This Saturday

August 11, 2006

Swedish metal titans IN FLAMES will guest on Los Angeles' KNAC.COM this Saturday beginning at 1:00 p.m. PST. The highly influential band will make a live, in-studio appearance at KNAC.COM, where they will chat with DJ Will about all things IN FLAMES, including their new single and video, "Come Clarity" (from their critically acclaimed album of the same name),their current North American tour as part of the Sounds of the Underground festival trek and much more. The interview can be heard live on

As previously reported, IN FLAMES has completed work on a new music video. Entitled "Come Clarity", the clip was helmed by famed director Lex Halaby (MUDVAYNE, KILLSWITCH ENGAGE),who also recently wrapped shooting on the video for "Snakes on a Plane (Bring It)", the title track from the upcoming New Line Cinema high-concept action/horror film "Snakes on a Plane", starring Samuel L. Jackson. The clip was filmed in the scorching desert of Ridgecrest, California during the second leg of IN FLAMES' recent North American headlining tour and features the band performing "Come Clarity" in the midst of a brilliant setting, while an evolving storyline that features frontman Anders Fridén progressively unfolds. The video, which will make its world network premiere(s) via large-scale television outlets such as MTV2, Music Choice, Fuse and MuchMusic imminently, has been posted online for viewing at The unveiling of the "Come Clarity" video also ushers in the first U.S. commercial radio campaign in IN FLAMES' storied history. The infectious single will go for impact at Active Rock stations across the country later this month.

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