Former DRAGONFORCE singer ZP Theart is currently in the studio working on material for a new project that has yet to be officially unveiled. In a video message which can be seen below, he states, "It's time to break the silence. We're in the studio right now recording some new shit. I've got a whole bunch of new friends and writing some new tunes that will fucking hit you in the face."DRAGONFORCE parted ways with Theart in March of last year "due to insurmountable differences of musical opinion," according to a statement released by the British extreme epic power metal band. After entries from thousands of hopefuls across the globe, DRAGONFORCE in March welcomed 23-year-old Marc Hudson to the band. Since the age of 16, Marc who was born in Oxford, England has been building his vocal skills gigging with bands in the U.K. underground scene, developing a powerful style with influences which include Bruce Dickinson, Michael Kiske and Sebastian Bach.
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