Review For In Flames New CD Sounds Of A Playground Fading

Ryan N. Storm By Ryan N. Storm, 1st Dec 2011 | Follow this author | RSS Feed | Short URL
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A personal review on this CD I recently purchased, the Musical and Lyrical content, as well as the Evolution of the Band

Review For In Flames New CD Sounds Of A Playground Fading

I recently had picked up the new In Flames recording. At first, just being a long time In Flames fan, I was pretty damn excited to see how their music has evolved, and see how the sound has changed since the Departure if founding member, and songwriter/guitarist Jesper Stromblad in the Beginning of February, 2010. I had seen the Video for their first single 'deliver us', so I kinda had an idea as to what the direction the new CD was taking. It still has Anders' signature vocals, is a bit more melodic, and the lyrical content is heavy with personal turmoil. The musical arrangements have taken a, dare I say it? More hardcore type of quality, yet if this were just an Instrumental album, I'm sure it could stand on it's own quite well. So all in all, Given the fact that I've pretty much been a In Flames fan since their Cloud Connected Days, This new album shows signs of maturity and personal evolution.


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3rd Dec 2011 (#)

Hey, first page. I've never even heard of "In Flames" .... Totally looking them up, right now.

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