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Sonic Firestorm

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Category: Extreme Power Metal

Year: 2004

Label: Noise/Sanctuary Records

Catalog Number: N03852

Average Rating: 86 / 100 (3 ratings)

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Dragonforce Sonic Firestorm Album Cover

ZP Theart Lead & Backing Vocals
Herman Li Lead & Rhythm Guitars, Acoustic Guitars
Sam Totman Lead & Rhythm Guitars, Acoustic Guitars
Vadim Pruzhanov Keyboards, Piano, Acoustic Guitars
Adrian Lambert Bass
Dave MacKintosh Drums

Guest Musician
Clive Nolan Backing Vocals
1.  My Spirit Will Go On  7:54
2.  Fury Of The Storm  6:46
3.  Fields Of Despair  5:25
4.  Dawn Over A New World  5:12
5.  Above The Winter Moonlight  7:30
6.   Soldiers Of The Wasteland  9:47
7.  Prepare For War  6:15
8.  Once In A Lifetime  7:46
Total Running Time:  56:35

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Joel Date: February 14, 2005 at 20:28
Hi, if you like really fast awesome power metal you'll like this. Sometimes it will make you laugh, but most of the time it will make you throw a clenched fist in the air and sing along.

From: Metalhead66 Date: February 15, 2005 at 9:56
This is so OTT it is funny!Man can these guys Play.It can be a little much at times,but can't deny the Talent!!The solos would make Yngwie Proud yet they are Faster(maybe by a recording trick?!?).

From: Fog-hat Date: February 15, 2005 at 20:07
Great CD! Well worth the money. GOOD LUCK FINDING IT! I'm sure the local Walmart will carry it (when hell freezes over). Better than the garbage they have.

From: Fat Freddy Date: February 26, 2005 at 13:13
Ehhh...more boring, wanky power/prog metal. Exactly what we need more of in the world right now. No thanks.

From: bah Date: June 12, 2005 at 10:58
I just can't understand how bands like Hammerfall, Edguy or Dragonforce manage to get a record deal and release the most uninteresting, boring, childish musical nonsense in the world. This album is probably the worst thing I've heard in a couple of years. They're fast, but that doesn't make them any good at all. And then bands like this end up touring with Maiden! Why? This isn't a fair world!

From: figgy Date: January 7, 2007 at 11:38
It seems a couple of you have been drinking because these guys are great.They combine power and progressive metal in their style of play.The lead singer has tremendous natural vocal range.The lead guitars are crisp.They're very melodic but fast paced at the same time.They came out with "Inhuman Rampage cd"and was supporting it with a short stint at Ozzfest last year.If you're into power/progressive metal these guys are for you.Best track on cd in my opion is the ballad " Trail of Broken Hearts"

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