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IN VAIN RELEASES 'CURRENTS' SPECIAL EDITION FOR STREAMING AND DOWNLOAD


In not so long, In Vain will kick off their European Tour with Orphaned LandSubterranean Masquerade and Aevum. On this occasion, the band decided to make a proper celebration by releasing highly requested "Currents" special edition with 2 bonus tracks  - now available on all digital platforms! Since the release of "Currents", the band received tons of requests from fans and critics all over the world for the Special edition of this album. Humbled and grateful for such an extensive feedback, the band commented: "We acknowledge that most people stream music these days, and we genuinely want our fans to enjoy all the music we created for Currents. The special edition with 9 tracks and 1 hour playing time is the indisputable and profound version of the album and the bonus tracks are integral and essential parts of the tracklist." - In Vain


IN VAIN - 'CURRENTS' SPECIAL EDITION OUT NOW
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Sindre Nedland and Johnar Håland comments on the bonus tracks. Johnar Håland: “And Quiet Flows the Scheldt is one of my definite favorites from Currents. It is a doomy and melancholic hymn that works really well as a breather between the more up-tempo and aggressive songs on the album. The lyrics are special to me as they relate directly to my time spent living in Antwerp during the autumn of 2007. Another interesting fact is that Antwerp was the place where In Vain had its live debut, back in 2007. And finally, the river Scheldt is the river that runs through Antwerp.”

'And Quiet Flows the Scheldt'
has already been added to Spotify's New Metal Tracks playlist, stream here!

Sindre Nedland comments on Ghost Path: “Ghost Path is perhaps the most avantgarde song of the album. It has a real eerie feel to it with gloomy guitar passages combined with quite experimental vocals. The song also has a mid-section with what is in my opinion some of the very best guitar riffs of the entire album. Avantgarde, thrash and everything in between. What more can you ask for?"



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