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Reaching Into Infinity DragonforceCD

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GenrePower Metal
Media formatCD & DVD
Media PackagingDigipak
Available since 19.05.2017
Product code354820

The special edition of the album features a bonus DVD of the band’s live show from 2016’s Woodstock festival in Poland as well as two extra bonus tracks.

‘Reaching Into Infinity’ is the newest studio production from the power metal formation Dragonforce. For their seventh album, the boys have opened up their sound like never before, capturing the raw, wild and desperate in a fun yet threatening and melodic way. Most of the tracks, which were largely written by bassist Frédéric Leclercq, were recorded at Fascination Street Studios with Jens Bogren in Sweden.

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A diferent album where "Old" and "new" Dragonforce encounter

Dragonforce has gotten into mainstream succes due to some elements like the highly technical guitar solos and songs at extremely fast tempos. However since the power within, songs have a more melodic approach, wich has not been liked by everybody. Altough in the new album, this melodic apporach is still present, we find some Dragonforce's signature aspects such as great keyboards and guitar solos and they tend to be more present that in previous albums. On vocals, Marc Hudson keeps it at high level must of the time. This is a really entertraining album, altough by the end of it quality tends to decrease with some crappy songs such as war. If you like Dragonforce's recent albums you will surely like it, if you are more into the band's older material you may like it, but definitely you won't find songs as fury of the storm or thorugh the fire and the flames. THe DVD in this edition doesn't really offer much, just a few live songs with different versions of videos, but for 3 more euros from regular edition you may find it worthy

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