U.K. extreme power metallers DRAGONFORCE have lined up the following dates in Singapore, Taiwan and Thailand:
May 20 - Singapore, Singapore - D'Marquee Downtown East
May 22 - Taiwan, Taipei, Taiwan - Armed Forces Cultural Center
May 25 - Bangkok, Thailand - Mahisorn Auditorium, SCB Park
Roadrunner Records last month released the "special edition" version of DRAGONFORCE's "Inhuman Rampage" album. The two-disc CD/DVD set features a bonus audio track, "Lost Souls in Endless Time", a "hysterical" behind-the-scenes look into DRAGONFORCE, and a live performance from the Metal Hammer Golden Gods Awards in 2006.
"Inhuman Rampage" CD has sold more than 125,000 copies in the United States since its June release, according to Nielsen SoundScan. 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 2005, while production duties were shared between Li, fellow axeman Sam Totman and keyboard player Vadim Pruzhanov.
(Thanks: Andrew / The Space Lord)
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