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IN FLAMES Revisits Their '90s Swedish Folk Vibes With "Foregone Pt. 2"

Inspired by like "Moonshield" and "Gyroscope."

In Flames is now four singles deep into their upcoming record Foregone and I think it's safe to say this album is going to be fantastic. The band is streaming their latest single "Foregone Pt. 2," which slows things down compared to their previous efforts, but still retains that epic melodic death metal quality they've honed to a fine point.

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"While revisiting songs in our catalog like 'Moonshield' and 'Gyroscope,' I felt we hadn’t done that style for awhile," said vocalist Anders Fridén. "We wanted honor those types of songs which incorporates the Swedish folk vibe, but bring it to the current era of In Flames. Musically and lyrically it is a continuation of Foregone."

Foregone is out February 10. Pre-orders are available here. You can also catch In Flames at one of the below dates with At The GatesImminence, and Orbit Culture.

11/12 EE Tallinn Helitehas
11/13 LV Riga Palladium
11/15 PL Katowice Mck
11/16 CZ Prague Mala Sportovni Hala
11/20 UK London O2 Academy Brixton
11/21 LU Esch-Sur-Alzette Rockhal
11/22 FR Strasbourg La Laiterie
11/23 FR Paris Bataclan
11/25 ES Bilbao Santana 27
11/26 ES Madrid Riviera
11/27 ES Barcelona Razzmatazz
11/28 FR Lyon Transbo
11/30 CH Zurich Samsung Hall
12/1 IT Milan Alcatraz
12/2 AT Vienna Gasometer
12/3 DE Leipzig Haus Auensee
12/4 DE Cologne Palladium
12/6 NL Tilburg 013
12/7 BE Bruessels AB
12/8 DE Wiesbaden Schlachthof
12/9 DE Hamburg Edel Optics Arena
12/10 DK Copenhagen Store Vega
12/11 NL Oslo Spektrum
12/14 FI Helsinki Ice Hall
12/16 SE Stockholm Hovet
12/17 SE Gothenburg Scandinavium

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