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Marc Hudson – Vocals
Herman Li – Guitars
Sam Totman – Guitars
Frédéric Leclercq – Bass
Vadim Pruzhanov – Keyboards
Dave Mackintosh - Drums

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  • Audio CD (June 20, 2006)
  • Original Release Date: 2006
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Roadrunner Records
  • ASIN: B000FKO5DI
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (179 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #50,869 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Through The Fire And Flames
2. Revolution Deathsquad
3. Storming The Burning Fields
4. Operation Ground And Pound
5. Body Breakdown
6. Cry For Eternity
7. The Flame Of You
8. Trail Of Broken Hearts

Editorial Reviews


"DragonForce are as metal as f**k", "They'll be enormous". -- METAL HAMMER (UK)

"DragonForce are getting bigger. Prepare for the onslaught!" -- KERRANG! (UK)

"DragonForce could become the first British metal band in ages to reap respect from all over the world." -- ROCK HARD (Germany)

Product Description

After speeding to international sales over 85,000 in just three months, Dragonforce is poised to dominate the US. This 6-piece power metal band has no comparison. Combining blistering solos with epic choruses the band is ready to change the face of metal. Since forming in London in 1999, Dragonforce has taken UK, European and Japanese audiences by storm. 2003's debut album Valley Of The Damned set the stage and standard for a sound brimming with speed, technicality, catchiness and most importantly a lot of fun. On the heels of their first headlining US tour in May, the buzz on the street is growing and spreading through an infectious word of mouth reaching fans of all genres.

Customer Reviews

You'll just relaize that you're listening to a song that's really good.
Bill Remmers
So that our sins will be forgiven, that some of us may live to write and play music such as this, and that the rest of us may live to listen to it.
Shadow Seer
Just listen to it, and I guarantee you if you know any thing about Metal or music in general then you will buy this album.
Logan Peterson

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47 of 54 people found the following review helpful By Lord Chimp on September 4, 2006
Format: Audio CD
it's possible purchasing this album was an error in judgment. I owned _Sonic Firestorm_. I really didn't need another Dragonforce album. Yet the addictiveness of the previous album carried on and I couldn't resist the (perhaps somewhat masochistic) temptation to get more Dragonforce songs. _Inhuman Rampage_ is everything I expected, yet somehow it still surprised me. This album is even MORE power metal than the last album! If you don't think that's possible, well...that's reasonable. i didnt think so, that's for sure. Nonetheless, when an album wails the power metal idiom this hard it would be appear mistaken to conclude otherwise. This is the reductio ad absurdum of power metal, but it is _not_ a parody -- for it is keeping with the general method. It's basically just faster and more uninhibited, with a surprising lack of pretense (well, any band that has a song called "Operation Ground and Pound" is either totally handicapped or pretty down-to-earth, and in this case i favor the latter) At only eight songs, this is one of the most physically exhausting albums ever (and that's just for the listener, I mean -- not to mention the band itself, whose stamina is superhuman). Dragonforce plasters the listener for seven songs straight with every power metal stereotype amplified a hundredfold, nigh-ceaselessly 256 bpm with double-bass pedals like the pulse of 500-lb hummingbird wings, guitars grinding with grand gestures, and vocals that just might summon all the warriors in the world.Read more ›
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38 of 43 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on June 22, 2006
Format: Audio CD
Believe the hype. I never hype up bands. But I will hype up this band until the day I die. EVERY good review about this band, specifically this album, is 100 perecent TRUE. After hearing this album, you pick your head back, put it on your shoulders, and then go ram your frickin' body through a granite wall. This is probably the fatest album I've ever heard (other than origin or something) and it amazes me how fast this band plays. And it's not just masturbating and seeing how fast they can play before the friction causes their flesh to burn: they actually make coherent lead, riffs, and melodies that somehow are understandable when going through your head about 56565656565 miles an hour. This album is so fast that my cd player caught on fire and then later on my cat did because he realized that he will never be as cool as this album.

I feel very very bad for my other music. I'll never play it again. Dragonforce has indeed ruined every cd ever, past, present, and future. Actually, I feel bad for every item I own, even my house. My house SUCKS compared to this cd. Their next release might beat it but I think the world might end then because if this cd is already god then what is the next cd going to be?

By the way, it's obvious that i'm exaggerating but I AM NOT being sarcastic. This is seriously one of the greatest metal albums ever or album in general. If you don't like this then you have no soul. I'm so sorry. Just get this album. Tracks 1 through 7 are in your face fast attacks with the last track being a pretty ballad feature slower, but no less specatular, guitar playing.

Dragonforce...i love you. Not in a gay way. Oh i'm not done yet. Keep reading, woman.

Yes, you may hate power metal. But you won't care when you hear this.
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61 of 77 people found the following review helpful By Dan Solera on August 30, 2006
Format: Audio CD
Alright, just so you know, this album review comes from a power metal enthusiast. Rhapsody, Kamelot, Shaman and Helloween are among my favorite bands, which should provide some credentials to what I'm about to write. I love melodic power metal and I definitely appreciate the fantasy realm in which these bands live. I love shredding guitar solos, pounding double-bass rhythms and of course, the high-pitched falsetto whail.

Then there's Dragonforce. I had originally stayed away from them because power metal bands are sprouting up in everyone's backyard these days. But the hype grew. I heard "Fields of Despair" (off "Sonic Firestorm") on Pandora, but I still stayed away. And the hype continued to grow.

Finally, I saw the video for "Through the Fire and the Flames", and at no point in it's edited 5-minute run did I stop laughing. The entire song, from concept to delivery, was hilariously fast. I'm sure you've already heard this: Dragonforce is fast, big deal.

No, you don't understand, it IS a big deal. They're not only fast, they are relentlessly fast. These guys must lift weights with their fingers and calves alone because the endurance they must have is staggering. Songs like "Operation Ground and Pound" and "The Flame of Youth" have the drum rhythms of the most intense black metal bands, but with the melodic command and consistency of melodic power-metal bands like Brainstorm. Every single nook of every song is filled with blitzkrieg finger-picking, impossible drum breaks and video game sound effects. It doesn't take much time for the average listener to be out of breath.

That, however, is the only thing that separates Dragonforce from the rest of the crowd.
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