marzo 2, 2011

Dragonforce anuncia a Marc Hudson de 23 años, como su nuevo vocalista, tras la partida de ZP Theart en 2010.

"Luego de casi un año de buscar alrededor del mundo, es grandioso poder finalmente decirle a nuestros fans las buenas noticias. Las vocales expresivas y melódicas de Marc están sonando fenomenal en las nuevas canciones, añadiendo otra dimensión al sonido de Dragonforce que estoy seguro a todos los fans les va a encantar," dijo el guitarrista Herman Li.

Por su parte, el neuvo frontman, Marc, comenta:

"Estoy muy emocionado de formar parte de la familia de Dragonforce. Siempre fue mi sueño dedicar mi vida a hacer música. Traeré todo el poder y emoción que pueda a las canciones, y ayudar a hacer el mejor disco que los fans han estado esperando." 

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  1. Mike says   :

    No Mames!!! qué buena voz, le dará una buena combinación al power metal de Dragonforce

  2. Izaack says   :

    fuck….amazing…..

  3. Diego says   :

    Pessoal do site, poderiam arurmar o link do “Twilight Dementia”, se possedvel com a verse3o japonesa do disco, pois ela conte9m duas faixas bf4nus que ne3o este3o na verse3o “normal” do e1lbum. Os usue1rios do HMC agradecem !! =D

  4. Rahmad says   :

    no te valas zp thearth tu eres unico en dagron forcee7 pero si no peude volver drsagpn force busca ese cantante que esta en algun lugar del mundo

  5. Diana says   :

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