Walking the line between brutality and accessibility can be tricky for a bad-ass metal band. Metallica, for example, gained more radio play than ever with its infamous "black album," but left many of its longtime fans weeping over what they felt was a despicable artistic compromise. Sweden's In Flames, however, has consistently delivered only the most explosive, unholy melodic death metal throughout its nearly two-decade, eight-album career. The... More >>>