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Browsing the "DragonForce" Tag

Bloodstock 2016 – three big announcements

Just a quickie – Paradise Lost, Rotting Christ and DragonForce will all be making an appearance at next year’s event! Bloodstock will be DragonForce’s only UK appearance of 2016. Herman Li has this to say: It’s been over 10 years [...]

October 27, 2015 Tours/Live Dates
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2014 Year In Review: Top Gigs – Mosh

James and Ross have already had their says on this matter, but it’s time for me to have a quick dig through the memory banks (i.e. the reviews on here) and pick out the highlights of this year. And, frankly, [...]

December 21, 2014 Features

Dragonforce + NeonFly, Glasgow King Tut’s

[Photos from the gig: Dragonforce | NeonFly] As with the last album, Dragonforce are treating fans to a series of intimate, small-scale shows around the time of release of Maximum Overload. I’d expect them to come back around in a few [...]

September 19, 2014 Gig Reviews

New DragonForce video – featuring Trivium’s Matt Heafy!

DragonForce have unveiled the first video from their upcoming album, Maximum Overload. The track, “The Game” features Heafy on “the scream parts, and back-up vocals on the choruses” according to the man himself. See it down below. Maximum Overload is out [...]

June 19, 2014 News
2012 – The Year in Albums

2012 – The Year in Albums

With the year in gigs covered, it’s time to turn to the album releases of 2012. Note that these are just the albums I got – there are countless others, obviously! Albums listed are in no particular order. All That [...]

December 29, 2012 Album Reviews
Year in Review – Gigs (and which were the best?)

Year in Review – Gigs (and which were the best?)

Well, December is almost over and it’s time to dig through the reviews and see what I reckoned was the live musical high-point of the year. And it’s bloody hard, believe me. If you just want to skip down to [...]

December 26, 2012 Gig Reviews