According to several sources (including Ticketmaster), the Los Angeles stop (on January 28) on IN FLAMES' upcoming tour has been upgraded from Avalon to The Wiltern (a larger venue) due to high ticket demand. All previously purchased tickets will reportedly be accepted at the new venue.
IN FLAMES' North American headlining tour in support of their highly anticipated new album, "Come Clarity", will feature support from Orlando's TRIVIUM, California's DEVILDRIVER and Greensburg, Pennsylvania's ZAO. The trek kicks off January 25 in Tempe, Arizona.
"Come Clarity", is scheduled for a February 7, 2006 North American release through Ferret Records. The CD will be issued in Europe on February 6, 2006 via Nuclear Blast Records.
The follow-up to 2004's "Soundtrack to Your Escape", "Come Clarity" was mixed at Tonteknik studio in Umeå, Sweden and is "the best one we've ever done," according to IN FLAMES guitarist Jesper Strömblad. A video for the album's opening track, "Take This Life" (mp3), was shot in October with director Patric Ullaeus (DIMMU BORGIR, LACUNA COIL).
(Thanks: Richard Kitner)
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