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In Flames have a bass player??

Never would have guessed it…

Anyway, there’s a video of his rig. Not because any of you might be interested, just to prove to you that I am not lying.


New In Flames video is hot!

Get it, ’cause they’re called In Flames? God, I should be writing for the Huffington Post, with such a natural talent for shitty puns like these.

The song is called Where The Dead Ships Dwell, and it’s obviously about In Flames‘ current moment in their career. You can watch the video above, and I have a feeling it’ll go down well with the Instagram crowd.


Friday Top 10: Worst band transformations, part 2

Another Friday, another Top 10. Except this one is the same as the last one.

Well, kind of. Continuing from last time, we take a look at ten more examples of band transformations we could have lived without. Note that the list is not really in a particular order, and then make the jump.


Will Diamond Head join The Big Four jam?

I actually wanted to go to Knebworth for Sonisphere, but couldn’t. Man, am I going to regret this…

Diamond Head (whose ‘Am I Evil’ song is usually played when the four bands jam) will play on the same stage as Anthrax, Slayer, Megadeth and Metallica. So will they join the jam at the end?

The video above with David Ellefson and Shawn Drover of Megadeth seems to hint towards that idea. It would be pretty epic indeed, and I don’t see why they wouldn’t.

I hope it will be pro shot so we don’t have to witness it via godawful cellphone footage.

UPDATE: Metallica.com confirms that Brian Tatler of Diamond Head joined the jam.

Speaking of Sonisphere, other musicians playing that festival were asked to pick their favorite Big Four band. Their quotes, after the jump.


Hear the new In Flames album

In Flames, the once innovative Melodic Death Metallers, have made their new new album Sounds Of A Playground Fading available for streaming at AOL Music. The album is out today in most of Europe, and will be released in other parts of the world later this week (North America tomorrow).

If initial reviews are accurate, I wouldn’t bother listening to the new album, it’ll be as crap as their last million efforts. Ok, so I don’t normally trust reviews (apart from my own, because I’m awesome), but In Flames have been one big yawn fest for years now and I can only imagine them declining further. So listen at your own risk.

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