Watch Making Of DRAGONFORCE's New Music Video

Watch Making Of DRAGONFORCE's New Music Video

DRAGONFORCE livestreamed the filming of a brand new music video on Sunday, May 5.

The clip for the as-yet-undisclosed first single from the band's upcoming studio album was shot in Belgrade, Serbia.

The video is being directed by Ivan Colic and produced by Stanimir Lukic and iCODE Team, who previously worked with DRAGONFORCE on the "Ashes Of The Dawn" clip.

Behind-the-scenes footage from the shoot was originally livestreamed via guitarist Herman Li's Twitch and can now be seen below. Fans were able to chat/interact with the bandmembers during the shoot.

DRAGONFORCE has spent the last few months recording its eighth album with producer Damien Rainaud (ONCE HUMAN). The disc is tentatively due out before the end of the year via Metal Blade Records in the USA.

Li commented: "We're really excited to be recording again after finishing one of our biggest tour cycles ever. The new album will have a lot of surprises that both old and new fans will really enjoy."

DRAGONFORCE's latest album, "Reaching Into Infinity", was released in May 2017 via earMUSIC on CD, LP and a special-edition CD and DVD. The follow-up to 2014's "Maximum Overload" marked DRAGONFORCE's third full-length studio release with singer Marc Hudson, who joined the group in 2011 following the departure of original frontman ZP Theart.


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