Garden Of Storms is IN MOURNING's fifth studio album and last part of the trilogy started with "The Weight Of Oceans" (2012) and followed by "Afterglow" (2016). The band commented on the new album: "We made a new album! It's called The Garden of Storms ans it is the final piece in a trilogy which started with The Weight of Oceans. We've headed back.. and forward, at the same time. We're back recording with Jonas Kjellgren who made the sound of our earlier albums, yet we have a lot of things that are new with this album. The band constellation is new with Sebastian and Jocke, we've worked in ways we've never done before, new vibes and new songs even if we planted the seeds to some of them a long time ago. In times where things kind of seem to scatter and change a lot around us, this still feels like our most solid, honest and complete album to date". IN MOURNING's last album, "Afterglow", was released to critical acclaim in 2016. In 2018, the band's line-up went through a change; drummer Daniel Liljekvist (ex-Katatonia) was replaced by Joakim Strandberg Nilsson and bassist Sebastian Svalland filled in for Pierre Stam (ex-October Tide). Together with founding member, guitarist and vocalist Tobias Netzell, as well as guitarists Bj-rn Pettersson and Tim Nedergard, they recorded "Garden Of Storms" between March and May 2019 at two different, Swedish studios - Black Lounge (drums & bass) and Beckasinen (guitars, vocals and keyboards). Jonas Kjellgren took care of mixing and mastering. "Garden Of Storms" features seven new tracks replete with artwork from Kristian Wahlin (Bathory, At The Gates, King Diamond). Hailed by many as the heir to Opeth's melodeath throne, IN MOURNING was formed in the Swedish woods in the year 2000. Since then, the band has evolved, striving to refine its sound to what it is today. Musically, the group blends a broad spectrum of influences into a foundation of melodic death metal. Thrusting from doomy metal-riffs, blasting drumbeats and deep growling vocals, to calm breezes of clean flowing melodies and harmonies.