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November 17, 2017
℗ 2017 Nuclear Blast
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Victim of the New Disease is the ninth studio album by American heavy metal band, All That Remains. It was released on November 9, 2018 on Razor & Tie Records. It is the final album to feature founding guitarist Oli Herbert, who died on October 17, 2018, less than a month prior to the album's release. The album marks a return to the band's heavier metalcore roots.
In Flames Albums
I, The Mask
I, the Mask is the thirteenth studio album by the Swedish metal band In Flames, released on 1 March 2019 via Nuclear Blast. It is the band's first album since Whoracle to not feature longtime bassist Peter Iwers, and the first to feature bassist Bryce Paul and drummer Tanner Wayne.
Battles is the twelfth studio album by the Swedish heavy metal band In Flames. It was released on November 11, 2016 in the United States via Eleven Seven Music. It is the last album to feature longtime bassist Peter Iwers and the only album to feature former Red drummer Joe Rickard who replaced longtime drummer Daniel Svensson who left the band in 2015.
Siren Charms is the eleventh studio album by the Swedish metal band In Flames. It was released on September 5, 2014 and September 9 in the United States via Sony Music Entertainment. The last album to feature long time drummer Daniel Svensson before his departure in 2015.
The eighth track on the disc, "Rusted Nail", was the lead single released on June 13, 2014. Shortly after this release they also briefly streamed a second new track 'Through Oblivion' online. On 9 September 2014 In Flames released their new music video for the song "Everything's Gone."
Sounds of a Playground Fading
Sounds of a Playground Fading is the tenth studio album by the Swedish metal band In Flames, released on June 15, 2011 through Century Media/Razzia. This is the first album recorded by In Flames without founding guitarist Jesper Strömblad, who left the band in February 2010 making it also the first In Flames release not to have two guitarists. The track "Deliver Us" was featured in the soundtrack to the video game Saints Row IV.
Come Clarity is the eighth studio album by the Swedish metal band In Flames. The album was released on February 3, 2006 in Europe through Nuclear Blast Records and February 7 in the U.S. through Ferret Records.
This album was originally entitled Crawl Through Knives but was changed to its current title and the track itself is listed incorrectly on some programs as "Crawling Through Knives" along with others such as "Reflect the Storm" as "Reflect the End", and "Versus Terminus" as "End of All Things".
This album features the artwork of Derek Hess, who is popular among metal bands and has produced artwork for Converge and Sepultura amongst others. Specifically with Sepultura, their album Roorback's artwork has a similarity.
The song "Take This Life" is featured in Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock and music videos were produced for this song along with "Come Clarity".
The drums, vocals, keys and programming were recorded at "Dug Out Studio" and Guitars and Bass were recorded at "The Room". This album was mixed and mastered at "Tonteknik Recording".
Soundtrack To Your Escape (Reissue 2014)
Soundtrack to Your Escape is the seventh studio album of Swedish metal band In Flames. It was released on March 29, 2004 by Nuclear Blast. The album was available in both a regular jewel case release featuring 12 tracks, and a limited edition digipak with a bonus track, "Discover Me Like Emptiness." The Japanese version had the additional track "Clayman."
There was also a special edition which included a bonus DVD with videos of the first two singles, "The Quiet Place" and "Touch of Red", and live footage. Videos were also made for "My Sweet Shadow", "Like You Better Dead", "Borders and Shading" and "Fiend." The album was criticized by longtime fans because of the band playing different music on the album. However, the album was seen by many as a natural progression from Reroute to Remain and was critically praised in many areas of the press such as Metal Hammer and Kerrang!. Soundtrack to Your Escape reached number 3 in Sweden. In the USA it peaked at number 145 on the Billboard 200, number 2 on the Top Heatseekers chart, and number 7 on the Independent Albums charts.
Reroute to Remain (Reissue 2014)
Reroute to Remain is the sixth studio album by the Swedish metal band In Flames. The album saw a major change in musical style and was In Flames' second considerable step in the direction of a new sound, and was met with rejection among many of their fanbase. The album's more accessible sound attracted many new fans and popularized In Flames' name within the American heavy metal scene, helping to secure a top spot at Ozzfest. This was the band's first album to present singles, which were "Trigger" and "Cloud Connected".
Clayman (Reissue 2014)
Clayman is the fifth album by Swedish metal band In Flames. The album was released by Nuclear Blast on July 25, 2000. Most of the lyrics deal with depression and internal struggles. The album's cover art is based on Leonardo da Vinci's Vitruvian Man drawing.
The Jester Head appears in the background, both on the cover, and in the album booklet itself. Music videos were made for "Pinball Map" and "Only for the Weak".
Colony (Reissue 2014)
Colony is the fourth album by Swedish melodic death metal band, In Flames, released on May 21, 1999, through Nuclear Blast Records.
It was the first In Flames album to feature the classic line-up, Björn Gelotte switched to lead guitar to replace Glenn Ljungström and Daniel Svensson filled the drummer position left vacant by Gelotte. Peter Iwers also became the new bass player, replacing Johan Larsson. With Anders Fridén and Jesper Strömblad remaining on vocals and rhythm guitar respectively, this lineup remained unchanged until 2010.
The title of The New Word is subject to debate. According to the track list on the back cover of the original 1999 release, the official In Flames web site, and the lyrics printed in the original 1999 CD booklet, the correct title is The New Word; however, according to the heading of the lyrics printed for the song in the original booklet, the track list on the 2004 re-release, and the official Nuclear Blast Records web site, the song is called The New World. The 2009 re-release Colony: Reloaded did nothing to clear up this issue, with the insert and the booklet containing the same inconsistency as the original 1999 release.
Whoracle (Reissue 2014)
Whoracle is the third album by Swedish melodic death metal band In Flames. The album was released through Nuclear Blast on 27 October 1997. Apart from "Everything Counts", which is a cover of a Depeche Mode song, all songs were composed and arranged by In Flames. The lyrics were translated by Dark Tranquillity guitarist Niklas Sundin, after Anders Fridén had written them in Swedish. Whoracle is the final album to have Johan Larsson & Glenn Ljungström.
The album was recorded and released in 1997, and the title is a portmanteau of the English words "whore" and "oracle". Fredrik Nordström noted that it was not easy to record at times, since the band members usually preferred drinking beer and playing Tekken 3.
This is the last In Flames release with Björn Gelotte playing drums, as he permanently switched to lead guitar in future releases.
The album's booklet mistakenly depicts the lyrics for "Morphing Into Primal" instead of the lyrics for "Episode 666".
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