In Flames simply launched their glorious new album Foregone, however vocalist Anders Fridén likes to consider they’ve eternally received a greater one in them. In an interview with Steel Injection, Fridén mentioned he believes Foregone is after all their finest but however that his first album with the band – The Jester Race – at all times holds a particular place in his coronary heart too.
“That is one of the best thus far. That is to me, you recognize? I am afraid of claiming that as a result of then individuals have that expectation that… you as a fan suppose that you simply also needs to suppose that it is the finest simply because I mentioned it is one of the best. It is only a matter of style and opinion.
“To me, The Jester Race holds a particular place. That is my first second with In Flames and nothing can take away that feeling and being within the band at that time. Hopefully we’ve not achieved our greatest. Hopefully our greatest is sooner or later someplace. Possibly I really feel sooner or later ‘we won’t get higher. We will not do anything.’ Then it is time to let go, I suppose. However I am not there but. I have never achieved my finest present. I have never achieved my finest album. We have gotten pretty shut [laughs]”
Increasing on his earlier remark, Fridén mentioned the one means he sees In Flames ending is that if guitarist and songwriter Björn Gelotte ever left the band.
“I’ll by no means surrender on In Flames. By no means. I imply, if Björn says ‘I am gonna go away,’ I do not suppose I will keep it up, and I believe it is the identical for him. That being mentioned, I really like the band I am in proper now and the blokes [in the current lineup]. No [shade] on anybody who’s a earlier member, however I do not suppose we have ever sounded higher than the place we’re in the meanwhile. We’re in a superb place and I hope individuals can hear that once they hear the album.”
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