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IN FLAMES – look back on a successful debut Dalhalla Brinner

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Swedish melodeath legends IN FLAMES have left another indelible mark on Scandinavian metal history: The band’s own festival Dalhalla Brinner, which took place inside the venerable walls of Dalhalla  ended as one of the most successful events the location has ever seen. With a ticket count of 6,029 visitors, the event was sold out weeks ahead, with success continuing on the night – the venue’s on-site sales record was smashed at just 7pm.

Supported by ORBIT CULTURELORNA SHORE and TESSERACTIN FLAMES delivered an extensive showcase of their remarkable career. Starting with gems like ‘Scorn’‘Episode 666’ and ‘Stand Ablaze’ (played for the first time since 1999), the band also previewed their new material with tracks ‘State Of Slow Decay’ and ‘The Great Deceiver’.

IN FLAMES states:
“After ‘patiently’ waiting for two whole years, we finally got to set fire to Dalhalla together with you all! The weather gods were with us and so were the metal gods. A big thanks to Orbit Culture, Lorna Shore and Tesseract.
 
To be able to create memories on our own terms, in magical settings, together with our audience, our crew, and other bands is a rare luxury that we do not take for granted. We are forever grateful and hope you will join us next time!”

ICYMI: Check out IN FLAMES’s latest single, ‘The Great Deceiver’: https://youtu.be/8USZ-kY-Jco

Stream the song here:
https://inflames.bfan.link/the-great-deceiver.ema

IN FLAMES European Tour 2022
w/ AT THE GATES, IMMINENCE and ORBIT CULTURE

12.11. EE Tallinn – Helitehas 

13.11. LV Riga – Palladium 

15.11. PL Katowice – Mck 

16.11. CZ Prague – Mala Sportovni Hala 

20.11. UK London – O2 Academy Brixton 

21.11. LU Esch-Sur-Alzette – Rockhal 

22.11. FR Strasbourg – La Laiterie 

23.11. FR Paris – Bataclan 

25.11. ES Bilbao – Santana 27 

26.11. ES Madrid – Riviera 

27.11. ES Barcelona – Razzmatazz 

28.11. FR Lyon – Transbo 

30.11. CH Zurich – Samsung Hall 

01.12. IT Milan – Alcatraz 

02.12. AT Vienna – Gasometer 

03.12. DE Leipzig – Haus Auensee 

04.12. DE Cologne – Palladium 

06.12. NL Tilburg – 013 

07.12. BE Bruessels – AB 

08.12. DE Wiesbaden – Schlachthof 

09.12. DE Hamburg – Edel Optics Arena 

10.12. DK Copenhagen – Store Vega 

11.12. NL Oslo – Spektrum 

14.12. FI Helsinki – Ice Hall 

16.12. SE Stockholm – Hovet 

17.12. SE Gothenburg – Scandinavium 

About IN FLAMES
IN FLAMES are one of the biggest metal bands in the world – never shying away from pushing their artistic boundaries, crafting music that’s as catchy as it is crushing. Formed in 1990, the band is considered one of the forefathers of melodic death metal and the purveyors of the ‘Gothenburg sound’. With thirteen studio albums under their belt, countless successful tours around the globe playing with the likes of Black SabbathMetallica, Iron Maiden, Megadeth, Judas Priest and Slayer – with millions of records sold and a massive fanbase worldwide, IN FLAMES have proven to be an unstoppable force. From their 1994 debut Lunar Strain onwards, the band’s intricate twin guitar attack, melodic vocals and superb arrangements have given them a signature sound that has evolved throughout the years.

IN FLAMES are
Anders Fridén | Vocals
Björn Gelotte | Guitar / Vocals
Chris Broderick | Guitar
Tanner Wayne | Drums
Bryce Paul | Bass

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