In Flames / Siren Charms
Album:Siren Charms Collection:General
Artist:In Flames Added:Mar 2015
Label:Sony Music 

A-File Activity
Add Date:2015-04-03 Pull Date:2015-06-05 Charts:Loud
Week Ending:Jun 7May 31May 17Apr 26Apr 12

Recent Airplay
1.Jun 02, 2015:Sounds of the Underworld - Extended
When The World Explodes
4.Apr 21, 2015:Sounds of the Underworld
With Eyes Wide Open
2.May 26, 2015:Sounds of the Underworld - Extended
In Plain View
5.Apr 07, 2015:Sounds of the Underworld
With Eyes Wide Open
3.May 12, 2015:Sounds of the Underworld
When The World Explodes

Album Review
Dark Emperor
Reviewed 2015-03-31 
In Flames - Siren Charms
Label: Sony Music

Downward spiral from this once legendary Melodic Death Metal outfit that completely sold out. You might be wondering why this made it to the KZSU archive, and the reason is: The music is AWESOME. The band is completely hate for starting the whole Groove Metal thing after establishing Melo Death, I personally dislike their last 5 albums, but with this one the music is quite well crafted and enjoyable. Anders Frid?n has never learned how to sing and he continues to suck here, but musically this is a decent release with tons of awesome guitar leads.

FCC Clean
Play: 5, 11, 7, 10, 6

1. (04:06) - Catchy and heavy, for a moment I thought this was Dark Tranquility or even Gardenian. (4 out of 5)
2. (03:24) - Excellent Groovy riffs and tight drumming, if you can get past the Marilyn Manson-esque vocals (4 out of 5)
3. (04:15) - Linkin Park meets Soilwork? I have to say this is quite decent. (4 out of 5)
4. (03:37) - Solid melodic headbanging passages, another surprisingly good track. (3 out of 5)
5. (03:58) - Melancholic riffs with a superbly catchy chorus section, one of the best in this release. (5 out of 5)
6. (03:05) - Craft bass guitar line with some killer guitar leads. (4.5 out of 5)
7. (04:38) - Extra heavy with some Groove/Djent influences and more brilliant leads and haunting female vocals from Emilia Feldt. (5 out of 5)
8. (04:54) - Average modern Metal song, nothing much. (1 out of 5)
9. (05:23) - Excellent hooks reminded us of the good old days of the Gothenburg sound, if it wasn't for the clean vocals. (3.5 out of 5)
10. (03:50) - Entertaining percussions and some Arch Enemy-styled closing guitar leads. (4.5 out of 5)
11. (03:30) - Melodic Death Metal again???? a very strong closing argument. (5 out of 5)

Track Listing
1.In Plain View 6.Siren Charms
2.Everything's Gone 7.When The World Explodes
3.Paralyzed 8.Rusted Nail
4.Through Oblivion 9.Dead Eyes
5.With Eyes Wide Open 10.Monsters In The Ballroom
 11.Filtered Truth