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In Flames - Come Clarity

Kaj Roth Format: Album
Year: 2006
Label: Nuclear Blast
Genre: Metal
Producer: Daniel Bergstrand/In Flames
Artist discography


In Flames are the titans of modern metal,ever since they were formed in 1990 - the band has evolved into a gigantic metal machine and have become a huge influential band to many new melodic thrashbands on this planet.
I still consider "Reroute to remain" as their best record so far but the new album "Come clarity" comes second coz it?s a bit stronger than the previous "Soundtrack to your escape" that didn?t land on the same plateau as RTR.
When the band entered the stage on the Swedish Grammy Awards in 2003,they totally blew away every live act that night with "Cloud connected" and did the same on the the Swedish P3 Gold Award with the new song "Take this time" this year.
It?s like unleashing a beast that will eat anything in it?s way,In Flames explode on stage!
This is how I want singer Anders Frid?n and Co to sound like when I hear the brutal melodic mayhem of "Leeches","Reflect the storm","Come clarity","Crawl through knives" and "Vacuum".
Cool thing and rather odd that Swedish pop donna Lisa Miskovsky is guesting on the duet of the fast "Dead end",not one of the best songs on this album but quite good anyhow.
The new and 8th album also features more guitarharmonies than usual from In Flames,perhaps it?s a bit more uptempo too......but these Swedes has never been slowtempo if you know what I mean.

Tracklisting 1. Take This Life
2. Leeches
3. Reflect The Storm
4. Dead End
5. Scream
6. Come Clarity
7. Vacuum
8. Pacing Death's Trail
9. Crawling Through Knives
10. Versus Terminus
11. Our Infinite Struggle
12. Vanishing Light
13. Your Bedtime Story Is Scaring Everyone


Melodic Net Comments 

Sorry man, this interview sucks. and i couldn't agree less, Come Clarity is without a dub one of the best albums by In Flames so far.

Agree with the rating, but what a crappy review...

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