Trigger (album)

Trigger
In Flames
Released 10 June 2003
Genre Death metal,[1] alternative metal
Length 17:26
Label Nuclear Blast
Producer Daniel Bergstrand, In Flames
In Flames chronology

Reroute to Remain
(2002)
Trigger
(2003)
Soundtrack to Your Escape
(2004)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Exclaim! (mixed)[2]

Trigger is an EP and song by the Swedish melodic death metal band In Flames. The EP was released in 2003 from their 2002 album, Reroute to Remain.

The title song was used on the Freddy vs. Jason soundtrack.

EP track listing

No. Title Length
1. "Trigger (Edit)"   4:04
2. "Watch Them Feed"   3:12
3. "Land of Confusion" (Genesis cover) 3:22
4. "Cloud Connected (Club Connected Remix)"   4:11
5. "Moonshield (C64 Karaoke version)"   2:36
Total length:
17:26
Enhanced CD
No. Title Length
1. "Trigger" (Music video)  
2. "Cloud Connected" (Music video)  

Video

The music video for "Trigger" showed In Flames playing in a club and being constantly pestered and booed by the members of Soilwork, with interspersed footage of other incidents between the two bands. Soilwork's video for "Rejection Role" showed the situation vice versa, Soilwork playing and In Flames as the bullies. The colour is also reversed in each video: blue for In Flames, red for Soilwork. Both videos also had the other band riding in a pickup truck to and from the club. While some believed the tension between the two bands to be real, in reality the groups are close friends and devised the idea of a dual-video concept as a joke.

Personnel

References

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