On Sunday, February 8 at 6:00 p.m. CET, vocalist Anders Fridén of Swedish metallers IN FLAMES and Bollnäs Martin will host a radio show on the Swedish terrestrial radio channel 106.3 Bandit Rock. According to a posting on the band's web site, "Anders and Martin will be going through their personal record collections and play some of their favorite music."
You can listen to the program live via the Internet at this location.
IN FLAMES was honored in the "Best Swedish Band", "Best Swedish Album" and "Best Swedish Live Band" categories at the Bandit Rock Awards. The awards ceremony, which was organized and hosted by Bandit Rock 106.3, was held this past Friday (January 30) at Tyrol in the Swedish capital.
IN FLAMES took home the "Best Hard Rock" award at the Swedish "Grammis" gala, which was held on January 7 at Hovet in Stockholm. The band also performed the song "Alias" during the ceremony, which was broadcast live on Swedish national channel TV4.
IN FLAMES was presented with the award by Joey Tempest, singer for the reactivated Swedish hard rock band EUROPE.
The artists were nominated for their most recent releases, all of which came out during 2008.
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