In Flames frontman Anders Fridén has launched a new solo project called If Anything, Suspicious.
In contrast to the metal music he’s known for making, If Anything, Suspicious finds Fridén exploring ambient and experimental sounds.
“I’ve been playing metal music for more than 30 years, always judged by previous trials and errors, loved and hated for my choices,” Fridén says. “But this is a first, a time that will never come again. Something new, something different.”
“I want you to close your eyes, breathe and let the sounds take you on a journey,” he adds. “A journey without borders or restrictions.”
The first offerings from If Anything, Suspicious are a pair of songs called “Farewell” and “Notes of Yesod.” The project’s debut album, OFFAIR: Lullabies for the Damned, will be released December 3.
In Flames’ most recent album is 2019’s I, the Mask.
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