DRAGONFORCE To Embark On U.K. Headlining Tour

London-based "extreme power metal" band DRAGONFORCE will embark on a headlining tour of the U.K. in September/October. Confirmed dates are as follows:

Sep. 30 – Glasgow, UK @ Cathouse
Oct. 01 - TBC
Oct. 02 - Bradford, UK @ Rio's
Oct. 03 - Manchester, UK @ Academy 3
Oct. 05 - Norwich, UK @ Waterfront
Oct. 06 - Birmingham, UK @ Academy
Oct. 08 - Milton Keynes, UK @ Woughton Centre
Oct. 09 - London, UK @ Mean Fiddler
Oct. 10 - Bristol, UK @ Bierkeller
Oct. 11 - Exeter, UK @ Cavern
Oct. 12 - Nottingham, UK @ Rock City

DRAGONFORCE's sophomore album, "Sonic Firestorm" was released in April through Noise Records. The follow-up to 2003's "Valley Of The Damned" was recorded primarily at Thin Ice Studios, Virginia Water, Surrey, England with producer Karl Groom. All guitars were recorded at guitarist Herman Li's own private studio in West London.


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