DRAGONFORCE: Australian Dates Announced

London-based "extreme power metal" band DRAGONFORCE have announced three Australian headlining dates in May as part of the "Inhuman Rampage World Tour". They are as follows:

May 15 - Melbourne, AUS @ Hi Fi Bar
May 16 - Brisbane, AUS @ The Arena
May 17 - Sydney, AUS @ Gaelic Theatre

DRAGONFORCE are currently on the road in Europe as the support act for EDGUY.

As previously reported, DRAGONFORCE's video for the song "Through the Fire and Flames" has been posted online at Yahoo! Music. Alternatively, you can watch the clip at YouTube.com. The track comes off DRAGONFORCE's third album, "Inhuman Rampage", which was released in January. The follow-up to 2004's "Sonic Firestorm" was recorded at Thin Ice Studios in Virginia Water (Surrey) and guitarist Herman Li's own studio in West London between April and September, while production duties were shared between Li, fellow axeman Sam Totman and keyboard player Vadim Pruzhanov.

(Thanks: HailMetal.com)


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