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In Flames’ Björn Gelotte: Why we used the same production team for the next album

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IN FIRE guitarist Bjorn Gelotte confirmed that the group’s next album has again been recorded with grammys-designated producer Howard Benson and Howardlong-time engineer Mike Plotnikoff.

jelly discussed the progress of the recording sessions for IN FIRE‘ fourteenth studio album while participating in an online video chat on “The metal tour of the year” Instagram March 14.

“We just recorded [our new album]in fact,” Bjorn said (as transcribed by BLABBERMOUTH.NET). “We returned three days before coming [to Germany to start rehearsing for the currently ongoing U.K. tour]. We worked [in Los Angeles] with Howard Benson and his team. It’s really, really good, and it suits us perfectly. The weather – January in Sweden is not much fun, and January in Los Angeles is amazing.”

Ask if Benson has its own recording studio in California, jelly said: “He has a few [of studios], in fact. It’s like a house where he has a few rooms, it’s the studio. And that’s where we do all the guitars and basses and drums and stuff. But he does all the singing at home; he has his own studio set up there. So [IN FLAMES singer] Anders [Fridén records his vocal tracks] there, and I’m in the house with Mike Plotnikoff, working on riffs and stuff. Yeah, that’s awesome. This is the third disc that we [have done] with them, and it works really, really well for us.”

IN FIRE2019 follow-up “I, the mask” is due later in the year. The upcoming album will mark the band’s recording debut with American drummer Tanner Waynebest known for his work with UNDER-SPIRIT, SCARY CHILDREN SCARY CHILDREN and CHIODOS. wayne joined IN FIRE following the departure of Joe Rickardwho played on “I, the mask” and 2016 “Battle”.

Tanner made his live debut with IN FIRE in July 2018 in Brno, Czech Republic.

Long duration IN FIRE drummer Daniel Svensson announced in 2015 that he was leaving the band to focus on his family life.

IN FIRE‘ the current lineup includes American bassist Brice Paulwho has played most shows with the band since longtime bassist Pierre IwersReleased November 2016.

Three years ago, IN FIRE guitarist Nicolas Engelin stopped touring with the band to focus on “personal business”. Replacing it since then has been old MEGADETH and current ACT OF CHALLENGE guitarist Chris Broderick.

In August 2020, IN FIRE released a special 20th anniversary edition of their critically acclaimed seminal album “Clayman”. “Clayman 20th Anniversary Edition” came fully remastered by Ted Jensen (PANTHER, DEFTONES, GOJIRA) and featured all-new artwork in a 16-page booklet, an all-new instrumental mix as well as four re-recorded versions of fan favorites such as “Only for the weak” and “Pinball Card”.

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