Anders Fridn (Vocal)
Bjrn Gelotte (Guitar)
Niclas Engelin (Guitar)
Bryce Paul Newman (Bass)
Tanner Wayne (Drums)
Joe Rickard (Drums)
In the early 90's, In Flames presented what could be called Iron Maiden + Death Metal The style of the band, along with fellow countrymen Dark Tranquility and At the Gates Dubbed the "Gothenburg Sound", the band shocked metal fans around the world. So-called melodic death metal is the norm nowadays. However, thrash metal more or less rejected the melody, and the music was mainly based on the rhythm. and given that death metal was a radicalized version of that, there It must be said that the idea of reviving the melody was not an ordinary one. And no one could have imagined that it would work and become an established genre. 1996's The Jester Race, 1997's Whoracle, and other releases Twenty years after the band's first album, In Flames is still revered as the holy grail of melodic death metal. Then, with "Colony" (1999) as a turning point, In Flames took the musical helm It's going to be a big cut. The clean vocal part, which is sung incisively, will increase, while the lyrical melody, which is typical of Scandinavian music, will be Understatement. Straightforwardly, it means that we're starting to be explicitly aware of the American market, which is what happened in '00's Clayman was the pinnacle of their new sound. Reroute to Remain" (2002) followed, and the band's American sound was even more Back again, in Soundtrack to Your Escape (2004) Their evolution and changes never cease, including swallowing alternative rock music as well. Come Clarity sums up their career, transcending the pros and cons of the American line It was a masterpiece of content that delighted fans both old and new.
Since then, they have never settled in one place and have always evolved. Their new album, "Eye, The Mask", is no exception. It's been almost two and a half years since their last album, "Battles", and this time around, they've taken the classic "Come Clarity I can honestly say that this is a reminiscent masterpiece. Anders Frieden (vocals) and Bjrn Yelotte (guitar) came into the studio together for the first time in a while, and they played on the album. The chemistry between the two can be heard everywhere on this album, which was written by the duo's own father and mother. In Flames' verses are polished to a level of intensity that is a perfect description of the band's passion, but also Anders' vocal evolution is also remarkable. The power up in both shouting and cleanliness will be heard by many. Produced by Howard Benson, as on his previous album, and mixed by Chris Lord Alge The strongest tag team in the world. Ted Jensen is in charge of the mastering, so naturally the production side is perfect.
Ted Jensen is in charge of the mastering, so naturally the production was perfect. "We always try to incorporate new ideas, we don't have any limitations. It's just a criterion that we want to play live. Bjrn's words, "We're always bringing in new ideas, we never have any limitations. The album is lined with strong numbers that are sure to look good. When you listen to a new album, there is usually a mixture of anticipation and anxiety. But when it comes to "I, the Mask," which is the second coming of "Come Clarity," there's no No need to worry. Here is a new masterpiece that will easily exceed the expectations of even the most diehard fans.