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Do you think In Flames will ever become as good as they used to be?

Discussion in 'In Flames' started by Jester-Race, Oct 9, 2007.

  1. metalkicksass

    metalkicksass Member

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    Today,when i was listening to some old songs by in flames,i just noticed that they became crap. :erk:

    so no,they will continue to make bad songs,till they split up.
     
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    QFT
     
  3. ArneZ

    ArneZ No rules in metal

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    Its been a long time since ive been listening to In Flames now, but I still think they are getting too much shit these days. I dont think any of their albums are bad, but the later once got boring after a few plays. I dont think they will go back at all, they will go on evolve...but I wish they could make another Clayman!
     
  4. EVERLOSTINDEADETERNITY

    EVERLOSTINDEADETERNITY I hate wiener dogs. Dreadful creatures.

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    I still love in flames and still think they are a great band but no way can you even compare their new to old stuff. THe new SOilwork was the best they have done since NBC. THat was random. I have hope after watching to the new studio clips that it will be similar to COme clarity with more focus and less STYE and R2R. Ill take COme CLarity OVer the last two anyday.
     
  5. arch_enemy666

    arch_enemy666 I Wanna Rock!

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    the only problem i see with inflames nowadays after cc is anders whack ass vocals who told him he had a good clean singing voice his high pitched screams are coo though not like the old stuff but that clean singing is brutal on my ears... yet somehow catchy... btw arch enemy still pimp as usual




    the absence and light this city are holdin it down for the states
     
  6. IntoPhagist

    IntoPhagist FloriiiiiiiooooooOOO!

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    Sworn to a great Divide is horrible...It doesn't touch NBC
     
  7. MetalDoRk666

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    well am ok with their sound ive been of fan of them since Colony it would be amazingly cool if they go back to their old sound like Jester Race and Colony where they had awesome solos and stuff.. there music is still good though
     
  8. Krall

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    Anders Fridén:

    Vi gillar popformatet med vers och refräng. Folk ska kunna stampa takten och sjunga med.

    We like the popformat with verse and chorus. People should stomp along with the beat and sing along (sort of) :p

    Whats wrong with the grooooowl? ah i love them anyways:*
     
  9. Joe_Dull

    Joe_Dull In Flames We Trust

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    The ultimate In Flames album would be one that combines elements from Clayman and STYE/CC...so basically stronger singing vocals, but also a low/mid growl, and the kick ass drums and guitar off Clayman
     

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