IN FLAMES To Perform At Sweden's 'P3 Guld' Award Show

Sweden's IN FLAMES will be performing at the "P3 Guld" award show at Storan in Gothenburg, Sweden on January 21, 2006. More information (in Swedish) is available at this location.

As previously reported, IN FLAMES vocalist Anders Fridén will guest on the Fuse television network's "Metal Asylum" on Monday, December 19. The special episode will feature Fridén answering questions submitted to him by the program's viewers. "Metal Asylum" airs Monday through Friday at 11:00 p.m. EST.

IN FLAMES' highly anticipated new album, "Come Clarity", will be released in North America on February 7 via Ferret Music. The follow-up to the band's 2004 album "Soundtrack to Your Escape", "Come Clarity" features thirteen explosive tracks, including the roll-out single and video "Take this Life". The band, whose cumulative record sales total over one million worldwide, will launch a North American headlining tour in January with support provided by TRIVIUM, DEVILDRIVER and ZAO.

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