DARK TRANQUILLITY Guitarist Niklas Sundin Discusses The Old Days, Re-Released Albums

May 22, 2009, 9 years ago

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The German edition of Metal Hammer has posted an interview with DARK TRANQUILLITY guitarist Niklas Sundin in which he talks about the old days in general and the three re-released albums - Projector, Haven, and Damage Done.

Among many other things he reveals Haven to be the most boring Dark Tranquillity album to him: "Haven is actually my least favourite Dark Tranquillity record. It’s a bit too safe in places and could probably benefit from more variation. The contrast between the soft and heavy parts could have been much bigger. And some of the midtempo material isn't my cup of tea. But as I said, we've always made the albums that felt important at the time, so I can't say that I'd change anything."

Read the complete interview in English and/or German.



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