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Formed: 1990
From: Gothenburg, Sweden
Last Known Status: Active

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Note: We began associating news directly with bands in late 2003. Therefore, earlier band news may not be listed on this page.

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In Flames Featured On Swedish Radio & TV

In Flames frontman, Anders Fridén, will be interviewed on the Swedish national radio channel P3 (P3 Rock) on Thursday (January 19) evening sometime after 22.10 CET. Click here for more information.

In Flames will perform on the "P3 Guld" gala in Gothenburg on Saturday (January 21). The Swedish radio channel P3 will broadcast direct from the gala between 20.03 and 22.00 CET. Also, Swedish national TV (SVT 2) will broadcast as well, between 21.15 and 23.15 CET. More information about "P3 Guld" can be found at this location.

In Flames have just announced two in-store autograph signings:

Jan. 31 @ 5pm
Scrape Records
Vancouver, BC

Feb. 04 @ 3pm
Independent Records
Denver, CO
*You can get $2 off "Come Clarity" if you bring your ticket stub from the Denver show to the store on February 7th.

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Igor Cavalera Taking A Break From Sepultura

Igor Cavalera is taking a break from Brazilian thrashers SEPULTURA to spend time with his new wife while they await the birth of their first child together, but he has no intentions of leaving the band, the drummer told BLABBERMOUTH.NET Friday night.

Cavalera, who recently remarried after splitting up with his wife of 10 years, Monika, says that he wants to stay at home in Sao Paulo, Brazil before his fourth child is born (he has three kids with his first wife, while his new bride has another child from a previous relationship) and insists that he gave the rest of the band his blessing to seek out a temporary replacement in time for the group's upcoming European tour with IN FLAMES.

Former SOULFLY drummer Roy Mayorga, who played with Igor's brother Max for several years in the late '90s and again in 2001-2003, has been enlisted to do the European tour, with the possibility that he will stick around for further touring activities beyond the spring.

When asked point-blank if he has in fact quit the group or if he has any intentions of leaving the band, Igor told BLABBERMOUTH.NET, "No, man," before explaining that he would rather not tour right now than be in a position where he is forced to go on the road without having his heart in it 100 percent.

SEPULTURA's European tour with IN FLAMES is scheduled to kick off March 12 in Oslo, Norway. The band's new album, "Dante XXI" (featuring Cavalera), is scheduled for release in North America on March 14 via SPV USA.

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In Flames Release 'Take This Life' Video Online

IN FLAMES' video for the song "Take This Life" has been posted online at Aftonbladet.se. The clip was shot in late October in Sweden with director Patric Ullaeus, who has previously worked with DIMMU BORGIR, LACUNA COIL and KAMELOT, among many others. "Take This Life" (mp3) is the roll-out single and video from the group's upcoming album, "Come Clarity", due in North America on February 7 through Ferret Music. The follow-up to the band's 2004 album, "Soundtrack to Your Escape", "Come Clarity" was mixed at Tonteknik studio in Umeå, Sweden and is "the best [CD] we've ever done," according to IN FLAMES guitarist Jesper Strömblad.

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In Flames Members Will Take Part in Online Chat

IN FLAMES members Anders Fridén (vocals) and Björn Gelotte (guitar) will be taking part in an online chat on Thursday, January 12 at Aftonbladet.se (web site of Swedish newspaper Aftonbladet). The chat will start at 3:30 p.m. (CET).

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In Flames E-Player With New Music Up Online

Sweden's IN FLAMES have unveiled an online E-Player featuring two tracks from their forthcoming album, "Come Clarity". The songs "Take this Life" and "Leeches" are available as a free downloadable MP3s now via the Ferret Music web site at this location.

"Come Clarity" will be released in North America on February 7 through Ferret Music. The follow-up to the band's 2004 album, "Soundtrack to Your Escape", "Come Clarity" features thirteen explosive tracks, including "Take this Life", the roll-out single and video.

IN FLAMES will a launch a North American headlining tour in support of "Come Clarity" on January 25 at the Marquee Theatre in Tempe, AZ. The tour will run through February 26 in Lake Buena Vista, FL with support provided by TRIVIUM, DEVILDRIVER and ZAO. The extended trek will represent the first IN FLAMES North American dates since their main-stage appearances as part of Ozzfest 2005 and will kick off the band's most extensive touring on the continent in their decade-plus history.

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In Flames & Sepultura To Tour Europe

In Flames have announced tour dates for their European headlining tour 2006, which is set to kick off in Oslo, Norway on March 12. Main support on the tour will be Sepultura. All confirmed dates are as follows:

Mar. 12 Oslo - Rockefeller
Mar. 14 Tampere - Pakkahoune
Mar. 15 Helsinki - House of culture
Mar. 17 Stockholm - Arenan
Mar. 18 Gothenburg - Lisebergshallen
Mar. 19 Berlin - Columbiahalle
Mar. 20 Cologne - E-werk
Mar. 21 Eindoven - Effenar
Mar. 22 London - Forum
Mar. 23 Manchester - Academy
Mar. 24 Glasgow - Brrowlands
Mar. 25 Sheffield - Corperstion
Mar. 26 Birmingham - Academy
Mar. 28 Dublin - Ambassador
Mar. 29 Liverpool - Academy
Mar. 30 Cardiff - Coal Exchange
Mar. 31 Portsmouth - Pyramis Centre
Apr. 01 Antwerp - Hof-ter-lo
Apr. 02 Paris - Elysee-Montmartre
Apr. 03 Lyon - TBC
Apr. 04 Barcelona - Razzmatazz
Apr. 05 Madrid - La Riviera
Apr. 06 Bergara - Sala Jam
Apr. 08 Milan - TBC
Apr. 09 Bologna - Estragon
Apr. 10 Vienna - Arena
Apr. 11 Linz - Posthof
Apr. 12 Munich - Georg-Elser-Halle
Apr. 13 Stuttgart - Filharmonie
Apr. 15 Lljubljana - TBC
Apr. 16 Budapest - Petoefi
Apr. 17 Prauge - TBC
Apr. 18 Warszawa - Proxima
Apr. 19 Dresden - Alter Schlachthof
Apr. 20 Hamburg - Grosse Freiheit

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In Flames Have Been Waiting To Unleash New Album

MTV.com reports: It wasn't playing in broad daylight that bothered In Flames frontman Anders Fridén during his band's stint on this summer's Ozzfest, where the Swedish metallers served as the mainstage openers. It wasn't even the fact that In Flames were restricted to 20-minute sets, or that those sets were performed in arenas teeming with metalheads sitting in plastic seats and downing hot dogs and jumbo pretzels. That Fridén could deal with. But knowing In Flames had an entire album in the hopper, waiting to be unleashed upon the world, but no label deal that would get it out there on store shelves? That bothered him.

"It's been frustrating waiting this long to get an album out," he said of the band's eighth studio LP, Come Clarity, the cover art for which has already been illustrated by renowned metal and hardcore artiste Derek Hess. "It was finished in April [of 2005]. We wrote it at the end of 2004. And now it's going to be released on February 7. The songs still feel fresh to us and to our fans — no matter when it was recorded, it's a new album to them. I think it still represents In Flames and where we are. But it was hard."

Before signing with New Jersey's Ferret Music, In Flames spent the summer wondering just what would become of Come Clarity. Now that everything's in order and the brutal Swedes have a full U.S. tour planned with Trivium, DevilDriver and Zao (set to kick off in January), Fridén's trying to relax a bit. That, too, will be hard. In Flames need to devote loads of time to pre-tour rehearsals, as they'll be introducing a number of cuts they've never performed live — including material from 1994's Lunar Strain — into their set list.

On the topic of touring, was the Ozzfest gamble worth it for In Flames? The singer's not sure. "We saw it as a big promotional machine, and we got a chance to play in front of a huge crowd that doesn't normally listen to In Flames," he admitted. "But we won't know for sure until the album is out. I mean, looking back, I'd rather have been on the second stage."

Fridén considers Come Clarity "a bit more aggressive, and a bit more uptempo," but said it still possesses all the "elements of In Flames. It's always been about this balance between aggression and melody. It's just another step in our evolution. I don't know where we're going exactly. But I know where we've come from. We just try to top ourselves each time and be happy with the result. That's all we can do. Now it's up to the public to judge us."

He said the clip for the album's first single, "Take This Life," has been shot. It'll feature performance footage of the band superimposed across billboards in Times Square, interspersed with scenes from the video's mysterious story line. Fridén wouldn't discuss the details, as director Patric Ullaeus (Lacuna Coil, Dimmu Borgir) was still working on the video's overall concept at the time of the interview.

As if In Flames isn't keeping him busy enough, Fridén's also working on the second album from his side project Passenger.

"It's in the works, but I don't have time," he said. "I would like to release [a Passenger LP] sometime [in 2006], because we've recorded 10 of the album's 12 songs already. It's been a very slow process." Fridén once again worked with guitarist Niklas Engelin, bassist Hakan Skoger, drummer Patrik Sten and keyboardist Pierre Sten on the outing, which has no definitive release date yet.

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Scandanavian Rock & Metal Book Released In 2006

RockDetector.com is publishing a two-volume book set, "Scandinavian Rock & Metal", in the first quarter of 2006. The books cover all styles of rock and metal from Sweden, Norway, Finland and Denmark. In the now-expected Rockdetector style, executive editor Garry Sharpe-Young covers each band's history in meticulous detail, including lineups, URLs and a complete discography, along with track listings, labels, catalogue numbers and chart positions. The two books will each be approximately 500 pages each, listing well over 1,200 bands covering heavy metal, death metal, black metal, melodic rock, progressive rock and beyond. Fjords, Vikings, the midnight sun and a thousand lakes — the perfect breeding ground for the most epic of heavy metal! Scandinavia has exported its rock and metal to all corners of the globe, ranging from the shred exploits of YNGWIE MALMSTEEN, the operatic pioneers NIGHTWISH, the pomptastic EUROPE, the heavyweight HAMMERFALL to the extremist forms of black and death metal in EMPEROR, MAYHEM, DIMMU BORGIR, MARDUK, DARKTHRONE and BURZUM. "Scandinavia has really been the hotbed for emerging rock talent for over a decade now," says Garry Sharpe-Young. "Once EUROPE, TNT and YNGWIE MALMSTEEN had made their mark on the international scene, Norway's floodgates opened and poured a black metal plague upon the world with BURZUM, EMPEROR, MAYHEM, DIMMU BORGIR, and DARKTHRONE. Since then, Sweden made a huge impact with acts such as HAMMERFALL, IN FLAMES, SOILWORK and KATATONIA and subsequently Finland has really raised its head and is now without question the most metal place on planet earth! All these bands, from all genre spectrums are included. Some of the band histories are positively labyrinthine when you get into the detail of who played for who under what pseudonym. This really is a true monster of a book."

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In Flames Adds More Dates To Upcoming Tour

More dates for In Flames' upcoming North American tour with Trivium, DevilDriver and Zao have been announced:

Jan. 25 Tempe, AZ - Marquee Theatre
Jan. 26 Las Vegas, NV - House of Blues
Jan. 27 San Diego, CA - Soma
Jan. 28 Los Angeles, CA - Avalon
Jan. 29 San Francisco, CA - The Fillmore
Jan. 30 Portland, OR - Roseland Theatre
Jan. 31 Vancouver, BC - Croatian Cultural Centre
Feb. 01 Seattle, WA - Showbox
Feb. 03 Salt Lake City, UT - Salt Air Pavilion
Feb. 04 Denver, CO - Gothic Theatre
Feb. 06 Austin, TX - The Back Room
Feb. 07 Houston, TX - Meridian
Feb. 09 Nashville, TN - Rockettown
Feb. 10 Detroit, MI - Harpo´s
Feb. 11 Columbus, OH - Newport Music Hall
Feb. 12 Chicago, IL - House Of Blues
Feb. 14 Albany, NY - Saratoga Wi nners
Feb. 15 New York, NY - Webster Hall
Feb. 16 Washington, DC - 9:30 Club
Feb. 17 Philadelphia, PA - TLA
Feb. 18 Worcester, MA - The Palladium
Feb. 19 Montreal, QC - Le Medley
Feb. 20 Quebec City, QC - Theatre Capitole
Feb. 21 Toronto, ONT - Kool Haus
Feb. 22 Rochester, NY - Water Street Music Hall
Feb. 23 Norfolk, VA - Norva Theater
Feb. 24 Charlotte, NC - Tremont Music Hall
Feb. 25 Atlanta, GA - Roxy
Feb. 26 Orlando, FL - House of Blues

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New In Flames Single Available For Download

The new In Flames single, entitled "Take This Life" from the upcoming album Come Clarity has been made available for download in MP3 format from the Ferret Music website here.

Come Clarity will be released in Europe on February 3rd via Nuclear Blast and in North America on February 7th via Ferret Music.

Come Clarity tracklisting:

01. Take This Life
02. Leeches
03. Reflect The Storm
04. Dead End
05. Scream
06. Come Clarity
07. Vacuum
08. Pacing Death´s Trail
09. Crawl Through Knives
10. Versus Terminus
11. Our Infinite Struggle
12. Vanishing Light
13. Your Bedtime Story Is Scaring Everyone

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In Flames Announce More Tour Dates

In Flames has announced a few more dates for the North American tour with Trivium, DevilDriver and Zao. Confirmed dates so far are as follows:

Jan. 25 Tempe, AZ - Marquee Theatre
Jan. 26 Las Vegas, NV - House of Blues
Jan. 27 San Diego, CA - Soma
Jan. 28 Los Angeles, CA - Avalon
Jan. 29 San Francisco, CA - The Fillmore
Jan. 30 Portland, OR - Roseland Theatre
Jan. 31 Vancouver, BC - Croatian Cultural Centre
Feb. 01 Seattle, WA - Showbox
Feb. 03 Salt Lake City, UT - Salt Air Pavilion
Feb. 04 Denver, CO - Gothic Theatre
Feb. 06 Austin, TX - The Back Room
Feb. 07 Houston, TX - Meridian
Feb. 10 Detroit, MI - Harpo´s
Feb. 12 Chicago, IL - House Of Blues
Feb. 17 Philadelphia, PA - TLA
Feb. 16 Washington, DC - 9:30 Club
Feb. 18 Worcester, MA - The Palladium
Feb. 19 Montreal, QC - Le Medley
Feb. 20 Quebec City, QC - Theatre Capitole
Feb. 21 Toronto, ONT - Kool Haus
Feb. 24 Charlotte, NC - Tremont Music Hall

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In Flames Post Tracklisting, Cover Art For New CD

The cover artwork for the upcoming IN FLAMES album, "Come Clarity", has been posted online at InFlames.com.

As previously reported, "Come Clarity" will include a free bonus DVD featuring the band performing the album in full in a rehearsal room, akin to what METALLICA did with initial versions of their "St. Anger" album. In addition, one of the album's songs — "Dead End" — features the vocals of Swedish singer/songwriter Lisa Miskovsky.

"Come Clarity", is scheduled for a February 7, 2006 North American release through Ferret Records. The CD will be issued in Europe on February 6, 2006 via Nuclear Blast Records.

The follow-up to 2004's "Soundtrack to Your Escape", "Come Clarity" was mixed at Tonteknik studio in Umeå, Sweden and is "the best one we've ever done," according to IN FLAMES guitarist Jesper Strömblad. A video for the album's opening track, "Take This Life", was shot late last month with director Patric Ullaeus (DIMMU BORGIR, LACUNA COIL).

"Come Clarity" track listing:

01. Take This Life
02. Leeches
03. Reflect The Storm
04. Dead End
05. Scream
06. Come Clarity
07. Vacuum
08. Pacing Death's Trail
09. Crawling Through Knives
10. Versus Terminus
11. Our Infinite Struggle
12. Vanishing Light
13. Your Bedtime Story Is Scaring Everyone

IN FLAMES will be embarking on a North American headlining tour in support of "Come Clarity" beginning in late January. Support at the shows will come from Orlando's TRIVIUM, California's DEVILDRIVER and Greensburg, Pennsylvania's ZAO.

The extended trek will represent IN FLAMES' first North American dates since their main-stage appearances as part of Ozzfest 2005 and will kick off the band's most extensive touring on the continent in their decade-plus history.

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More In Flames Tour Dates Revealed

In Flames has announced more dates for the North American tour 2006. All confirmed dates are as follows:

Jan. 25 Tempe, AZ - Marquee Theatre
Jan. 26 Las Vegas, NV - House of Blues
Jan. 27 San Diego, CA - Soma
Jan. 28 Los Angeles, CA - Avalon
Jan. 30 Portland, OR - Roseland Theatre
Jan. 31 Vancouver, BC - Croatian Cultural Centre
Feb. 01 Seattle, WA - Showbox
Feb. 03 Salt Lake City, UT - Salt Air Pavilion
Feb. 04 Denver, CO - Gothic Theatre
Feb. 06 Austin, TX - The Back Room
Feb. 10 Detroit, MI - Harpo´s
Feb. 12 Chicago, IL - House Of Blues
Feb. 17 Philadelphia, PA - TLA
Feb. 18 Worcester, MA - The Palladium
Feb. 21 Toronto, ONT - Kool Haus
Feb. 24 Charlotte, NC - Tremont Music Hall

More dates TBA.

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In Flames Adds Las Vegas, San Diego Tour Dates

Two more dates for In Flames' upcoming North American tour 2006 with Trivium, DevilDriver and Zao have just been confirmed. They are:

Jan. 26 Las Vegas, NV - House of Blues
Jan. 27 San Diego, CA - Soma

Other confirmed In Flames tour dates:

Jan. 25 Tempe, AZ - Marquee Theatre
Jan. 28 Los Angeles, CA - Avalon
Jan. 30 Portland, OR - Roseland Theatre
Feb. 01 Seattle, WA - Showbox
Feb. 03 Salt Lake City, UT - Salt Air Pavilion
Feb. 04 Denver, CO - Gothic Theatre

More dates will be announced soon.

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In Flames Announce First U.S. Dates

Six dates have been announced for IN FLAMES' upcoming North American headlining tour in support of their highly anticipated new album, "Come Clarity". Support at the shows will come from Orlando's TRIVIUM, California's DEVILDRIVER and Greensburg, Pennsylvania's ZAO. The dates are as follows

Jan. 25 - Tempe, AZ - Marquee Theatre
Jan. 28 - Los Angeles, CA - Avalon
Jan. 30 - Portland, OR - Roseland Theatre
Feb. 01 - Seattle, WA - Showbox
Feb. 03 - Salt Lake City, UT - Salt Air Pavilion
Feb. 04 - Denver, CO - Gothic Theatre

More dates will be announced soon
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In Flames Finalize Tracklist For New Album

In Flames have finalized the track listing for their new album "Come Clarity" here is how it is now expected to shape up:
01 - "Take This Life"
02 - "Leeches"
03 - "Reflect The Storm"
04 - "Dead End"
05 - "Scream"
06 - "Come Clarity"
07 - "Vacuum"
08 - "Pacing Death's Trail"
09 - "Crawl through Knives"
10 - "Versus Terminus"
11 - "Our Infinite Struggle"
12 - "Vanishing Light"
13 - "Your Bedtime Story Is Scaring Everyone" It will arrive in stores through Ferret on February 07th.

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Zao Added To In Flames US Tour

Greensburg, Pennsylvania's ZAO have been added as one of the opening acts on IN FLAMES' upcoming North American headlining tour in support of their highly anticipated new album, "Come Clarity". Also appearing on the bill will be TRIVIUM and DEVILDRIVER. A late January 2006 West Coast launch is expected.

The extended trek will represent IN FLAMES' first North American dates since their main-stage appearances as part of Ozzfest 2005 and will kick off the band's most extensive touring on the continent in their decade-plus history. IN FLAMES are currently in the midst of a three-week U.K. tour alongside MOTÖRHEAD.

IN FLAMES's new album, "Come Clarity", is scheduled for a February 7, 2006 North American release through Ferret Records. The CD will be issued in Europe on February 6, 2006 via Nuclear Blast Records.

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Century Media Release Metal For The Masses Vol 4

Continuing the highly successful Metal For The Masses series, the Century Family unseals Metal For The Masses Volume Four, once again exclusive to Hot Topic locations nationwide. The 2-disc compilation contains 40 tracks totaling over 2 hours of music. The artwork for Volume Four incorporates the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse to stunning effect and also depicts the album art for each featured artist within as well as additional artist and album information. Volume Four comes housed in a deluxe double Digipak and is available now at all Hot Topic locations nationwide.

Started in 2003, Metal For The Masses has become The Century Family's largest-selling compilation series, replacing the budget priced Identity series. The Metal For The Masses series is also one of Hot Topic's longest-running exclusive compilations. Selling well over 60,000 copies each, Metal For The Masses continues to disseminate the word of metal.

Disc One Includes Century Media Artists:

God Forbid, Manntis, Diecast, Brand New Sin, Agents Of Man, Shadows Fall, Arch Enemy, The Haunted, Behemoth, Old Man's Child, Naglfar, Strapping Young Lad, Nevermore, Eyes Of Fire, Into Eternity, Cryptopsy, Watch Them Die, Napalm Death, Despised Icon and Immolation

Disc Two Includes:

Nuclear Blast Artists: Dimmu Borgir, Soilwork, In Flames, Meshuggah, Bleed The Sky, Darkane, Mnemic, Hypocrisy, Exodus and Cathedral

Liquor And Poker Music Artists: Fireball Ministry, Nebula, The Hellacopters, The Illuminati, The Black Halos, Crash Kelly, The Thieves, Scott Reeder, American Heartbreak and Backyard Babies

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In Flames To Release New Album In January

In Flames has announced a North American headlining tour in support of their highly anticipated new album, "Come Clarity." A late January, 2006 west coast launch is expected.

Support on the In Flames tour will be provided by Trivium, Devildriver and Zao. The extended trek will represent the first In Flames North American dates since their main stage appearances as part of Ozzfest 2005 and will kick off the band's most extensive touring on the continent in their decade plus history. In Flames is currently in the midst of a three week UK tour alongside Motörhead.

"Come Clarity" will be released in North America on February 7th via Ferret Music. The album will see a February 3rd European release date on Nuclear Blast Records. "Come Clarity" features thirteen explosive tracks, including the roll-out single and video, "Take this Life". The final track listing for "Come Clarity" is "Take This Life", "Leeches", "Reflect the Storm", "Dead End", "Scream", "Come Clarity", "Vacuum", "Pacing Death's Trail", "Crawl through Knives", "Versus Terminus", "Our Infinite Struggle", "Vanishing Light" and "Your Bedtime Story Is Scaring Everyone".

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In Flames, Trivium & Devildriver To Tour US In Jan

According to MTV.com, Trivium, In Flames and Devildriver will be hitting the road together in late January for a full U.S. tour. No dates, cities or venues have been confirmed just yet, but the trek is expected to run through the end of February.

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