IN FLAMES: 'My Sweet Shadow' Video Posted Online
IN FLAMES' video for the track "My Sweet Shadow" has been posted online at this location (Windows Media). The clip was directed by Patric Ullaeus of Revolver Film Company, who has previously worked with DIMMU BORGIR, CHILDREN OF BODOM and LACUNA COIL, among others. The shoot took place in early April, "and as usual, Patric did a glorious job. The video looks awesome and is really something extraordinary," reads a posting on the group's official web site.
IN FLAMES are currently mixing their new album, "Crawl Through Knives", at Tonteknik studio Umeå, Sweden for a late 2005 release via Nuclear Blast Records. 13 songs are being recorded for the follow-up to 2004's "Soundtrack to Your Escape", including "Crawl Through Knives", "Dead End", "Leeches", "Surrender?", "Reflect the Storm" and "Take This Life".
IN FLAMES singer Anders Fridén recently told Nuclear Blast magazine that the upcoming album "will be more uptempo" and will feature "more guitar harmonies" than was the case with the group's last CD.
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