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Album: ''Demo '93'' (1993 Demo)
1. In Flames
2. Upon an Oaken Throne
3. Clad in Shadows

Lunar Strain

Album: ''Lunar Strain'' (1994)
1. Behind Space
2. Lunar Strain
3. Starforsaken
4. Dreamscape
5. Everlost, Part 1
6. Everlost, Part 2
7. Hårgalåten
8. In Flames
9. Upon an Oaken Throne
10. Clad in Shadows


Album: ''Subterranean'' (1994 EP)
1. Stand Ablaze
2. Ever Dying
3. Subterranean
4. Timeless
5. Biosphere

The Jester Race

Album: ''The Jester Race'' (1996)
1. Moonshield
2. The Jester's Dance
3. Artifacts of the Black Rain
4. Graveland
5. Lord Hypnos
6. Dead Eternity
7. The Jester Race
8. December Flower
9. Wayfaerer
10. Dead God in Me


Album: ''Whoracle'' (1997)
1. Jotun
2. Food for the Gods
3. Gyroscope
4. Dialogue With the Stars
5. The Hive
6. Jester Script Transfigured
7. Morphing Into Primal
8. Worlds Within the Margin
9. Episode 666
10. Everything Counts (Depeche Mode cover)
11. Whoracle

Black Ash Inheritance

Album: ''Black Ash Inheritance'' (1997 EP)
1. Goliaths Disarm Their Davids
2. Gyroscope
3. Acoustic Medley
4. Behind Space (live)

Live & Plugged

Album: ''Live & Plugged'' (1997 Video/VHS)
1. EverEve
2. In Flames
3. Darkseed


Album: ''Colony'' (1999)
1. Embody the Invisible
2. Ordinary Story
3. Scorn
4. Colony
5. Zombie Inc.
6. Pallar Anders Visa
7. Coerced Coexistence
8. Resin
9. Behind Space '99
10. Insipid 2000
11. The New Word


Album: ''Clayman'' (2000)
1. Bullet Ride
2. Pinball Map
3. Only for the Weak
4. the Future Repeats Today
5. Square Nothing
6. Clayman
7. Satellites and Astronauts
8. Brush the Dust Away
9. Swim
10. Suburban Me
11. Another Day in Quicksand

The Tokyo Showdown

Album: ''The Tokyo Showdown'' (2001 Live album)
1. Bullet Ride
2. Embody the Invisible
3. Jotun
4. Food for the Gods
5. Moonshield
6. Clayman
7. Swim
8. Behind Space
9. Only for the Weak
10. Gyroscope
11. Scorn
12. Ordinary Story
13. Pinball Map
14. Colony
15. Episode 666

Reroute To Remain

Album: ''Reroute To Remain'' (2002)
1. Reroute to Remain
2. System
3. Drifter
4. Trigger
5. Cloud Connected
6. Transparent
7. Dawn of a New Day
8. Egonomic
9. Minus
10. Dismiss the Cynics
11. Free Fall
12. Dark Signs
13. Metaphor
14. Black and White

Cloud Connected

Album: ''Cloud Connected'' (2002 Single)
1. Cloud Connected
2. Colony (live)


Album: ''Trigger'' (2003 EP)
1. Trigger (single edit)
2. Watch Them Feed
3. Land of Confusion (Genesis cover)
4. Cloud Connected (Club Connected remix)
5. Moonshield (C64 Karaoke version)

Soundtrack To Your Escape

Album: ''Soundtrack To Your Escape'' (2004)
1. F(r)iend
2. The Quiet Place
3. Dead Alone
4. Touch of Red
5. Like You Better Dead
6. My Sweet Shadow
7. Evil in a Closet
8. In Search for I
9. Borders and Shading
10. Superhero of the Computer Rage
11. Dial 595-Escape
12. Bottled

The Quiet Place

Album: ''The Quiet Place'' (2004 Single)
1. The Quiet Place
2. My Sweet Shadow (remix)
3. Värmlandsvisan (live)
4. The Quiet Place (video)
5. Studio Recording Session (video)

Used & Abused - In LIVE We Trust

Album: ''Used & Abused - In LIVE We Trust'' (2005 DVD)
1. Live at Sticky Fingers, Gothenburg [90 min.]
2. Live at Hammersmith, London [40 min.]
3. Soundtrack Tour 2004
4. System (Live in Madrid)
5. Dial 595-Escape (Live in Australia/Japan)
6. Dial 595-Escape (Soundcheck in London)
7. Touch of Red (Soundcheck in London)
8. *Promotional Videos - Bonus
9. *Jester TV - Universal Access - Bonus

Come Clarity

Album: ''Come Clarity'' (2006)
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. Crawl Through Knives
10. Versus Terminus
11. Our Infinite Struggle
12. Vanishing Light
13. Your Bedtime Story Is Scaring Everyone

Take This Life / Leeches

Album: ''Take This Life / Leeches'' (2006 Single)
1. Take This Life
2. Leeches

in flames


In Flames was founded in 1990 as a side project of Jesper Strömblad who was at the time in a death metal band called Ceremonial Oath.
Jesper formed In Flames with the purpose of writing songs with a more melodic and progressive musical direction, something which he was not allowed to do in Ceremonial Oath.

In 1993, Jesper decided to quit Ceremonial Oath due to musical differences and began focusing more on In Flames.
That same year, Jesper (guitar, drums, keyboards) recruited Glenn Ljungström (guitar), and Johan Larsson (bass) to form the first official In Flames line-up.

The trio recorded a three song demo and sent it to Wrong Again Records In order to increase their chances of being offered a record deal, the trio lied to the owner of the record label by telling him that they already had 13 songs done.
The owner of Wrong Again Records, seeing promise in the band, offered In Flames a record deal over the phone

During 1993, In Flames wrote, recorded, and self-produced their debut studio album, Lunar Strain, in Studio Fredman. Since In Flames did not have a vocalist yet, Jesper asked Mikael Stanne of Dark Tranquillity to provide session vocals.
In 1994, Lunar Strain was released.

During 1994, In Flames recorded and self-produced their first EP, Subterranean, in Studio Fredman. In Flames still did not have a vocalist yet, so session vocals were provided this time by Henke Forss. In 1995, Subterranean was released. Subterranean allowed In Flames to break out of the underground scene and led them to acquire a record deal with Nuclear Blast.

In 1995, In Flames finally got tired of using session musicians to record an album or to do live shows, so the trio asked Anders Fridén to join the band as the full-time vocalist and Björn Gelotte as the full-time drummer.

That same year, the new line-up recorded the band's second studio album, The Jester Race. This album was recorded once again in Studio Fredman, but unlike previous albums, it was co-produced by the studio's owner, Fredrik Nordström. In 1996, The Jester Race was released. Afterwards, In Flames toured with bands such as Samael, Grip Inc., and Kreator.

In 1997, In Flames recorded and released their third studio album, Whoracle. This album was recorded once again in Studio Fredman and co-produced by Fredrik Nordström. After the album was recorded, Glenn Ljungström and Johan Larsson unexpectedly announced that they were leaving In Flames.
Niklas Engelin (guitar) and Peter Iwers (bass) were recruited to fill in the vacant spots during a tour with Dimmu Borgir.

After the tour both Niklas Engelin and Peter Iwers were asked to join the band permanently, and they did. With the new line-up, In Flames then proceeded with a European tour and played their first two shows in Japan.
However, by the end of that tour in 1998, Niklas Engelin quit In Flames.

In 1998, to fill the vacant guitarist spot, the band decided to switch Björn Gelotte from his position as drummer to guitarist, and they recruited Daniel Svensson to take over as drummer.

That same year, the new line-up recorded the band's fourth studio album, Colony. This album was recorded once again in Studio Fredman and co-produced by Fredrik Nordström. In 1999, Colony was released. Afterwards, In Flames toured Europe, Japan, and played their first show in the United States during the Milwaukee Metal Fest.

In 2000, In Flames recorded and released their fifth studio album, Clayman. This album was recorded once again in Studio Fredman and co-produced by Fredrik Nordström. Afterwards, In Flames did some tours with bands such as Dream Theater, Slipknot, and Testament.

In August 2001, In Flames released The Tokyo Showdown, a live album recorded during the Japanese tour in November 2000.

In 2002, In Flames recorded and released their sixth studio album, Reroute to Remain. Unlike all previous albums, Reroute to Remain was not recorded in Studio Fredman or produced by Fredrik Nordström. The album was recorded in Dug-Out studio and produced by Daniel Bergstrand. That year the band toured with bands such as Slayer, Soulfly, and Mudvayne.

In 2003, In Flames recorded their seventh studio album, Soundtrack to Your Escape. The majority of the album was recorded in a house that the band rented in Denmark; only the drums were recorded in Dug-Out studio. This album was once again produced by Daniel Bergstrand. In 2004, Soundtrack to Your Escape was released. Afterwards, In Flames toured with bands such as Judas Priest, Motley Crew, and Motörhead. In Flames also played on the main stage during Ozzfest 2005.

In 2005, In Flames recorded and self-produced their eighth studio album, Come Clarity, in Dug-Out studio. That same year, In Flames released Used and Abused: In Live We Trust, a box set consisting of material filmed and recorded throughout various live performances during 2004. Also in 2005, In Flames decided to sign with an additional record label so future releases could have better distribution in North America.

In 2006, Come Clarity was released in North America through Ferret Music and elsewhere through Nuclear Blast. That same year, In Flames toured with Sepultura, toured on The Unholy Alliance tour, and played on the main stage at Download Festival.

Currently, In Flames are doing the pre-production of their ninth studio album in their own studio, IF Studio, located in Gothenburg, Sweden, and will release the album in late 2007.

Melodic Death/Gothenburg (old), Modern Rock (new)

Astronomy, Fantasy (Old) / Inner Struggles (Now)

Sweden (Göteborg), formed in 1990

Nuclear Blast / Ferret Music


Anders Fridén - Vocals (Ceremonial Oath, ex-Dark Tranquillity, Passenger)
Jesper Strömblad - Guitar (also Drums on Lunar Strain) (Dimension Zero, ex-Hammerfall, ex-Sinergy, ex-Ceremonial Oath)
Björn Gelotte - Guitar (Drums 1995-1997) (ex-Sights)
Peter Iwers - Bass (ex-Chameleon)
Daniel Svensson - Drums (Sacrilege (Swe), ex-Dream Evil (session), ex-Diabolique (Swe))

Mikael Stanne (1994) (Septic Broiler/Dark Tranquillity, ex-Hammerfall)
Henrik ``Henke`` Forss (1994) (Dawn (Swe), Circle Six, Retaliation (Swe), ex-Niden Div. 187, ex-Funeral Feast (Swe))
Robert Dahne (1994) (Ancient Slumber)
Joakim ``Jocke`` Göthberg (1995) (Wolfpack/Wolfbrigade, ex-Darkified, ex-Moment Maniacs, Dimension Zero, ex-Marduk (Swe), ex-Grimorium (Swe), Cardinal Sin (Swe))

Anders Iwers (1990-1992) (Desecrator (Swe), Ceremonial Oath, Tiamat, ex-Cemetary, Mercury Tide)
Carl Näslund (1993-1994)
Glenn Ljungström (1990-1997) (Dimension Zero)

Johan Larsson (1990-1997) (Carrion Carnage, Purgamentum, Seance (Swe), ex-Carnal Grief, ex-Hammerfall)

Daniel Erlandsson (1994) (Eucharist, Arch Enemy, Armageddon (Swe), The End (Swe), Liers in Wait, Revengia)
Anders Jivarp (1995) (Dark Tranquillity, ex-Hammerfall)

Live musicians:
Niclas Engelin - Guitar (1997-1998, 2006-2007) (ex-Gardenian, Passenger, Engel (Swe), ex-Sarcazm)
Tobias Kellgren - Drums (2005) (ex-Decameron, ex-Dissection (Swe), ex-Satanized (Swe), Seventh One, Soulreaper, ex-Swordmaster, Wolf (Swe))


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