DragonForce To Release Remixed And Remastered Version Of “The Power Within”

DragonForce have announced that they will be releasing a remixed and remastered version of “The Power Within,” called “Re-Powered Within,” on May 4. Guitarist Herman Li commented:

“I love how ‘Re-Powered Within’ has turned out. We remixed and remastered the original music with a more modern production, in the vein of our last two releases. The result is a clearer, more powerful sound. The fans will get to hear the music in better detail, bringing out parts they couldn’t hear so well before, and injecting new excitement into the songs we love even more now.”

“Re-Powered Within” Track Listing:

01. “Holding On”
02. “Fallen World”
03. “Cry Thunder”
04. “Give Me The Night”
05. “Wings Of Liberty”
06. “Seasons”
07. “Heart Of The Storm”
08. “Die By The Sword”
09. “Last Man Stands”
10. “Seasons” (Acoustic Version)
11. “Power Of The Ninja Sword”
12. “Heart Of the Storm” (Alternative Chorus Version)
13. “Avant La Tempête” (Instrumental)

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DragonForce Premiere “Midnight Madness” Music Video

DragonForce have premiered a new video for their song “Midnight Madness.” This song is from their latest album “Reaching Into Infinity.”

DragonForce’s Marc Hudson Escapes Series Injury After Jumping From A Moving Van

DragonForce’s Marc Hudson had to jump from the band’s van after it started rolling down a hill while on tour in Brisbane, AUS. The vocalist did suffer some injuries including possible broken ribs, a sprained shoulder and cuts and bruises, but considering the vehicle slammed into a tree, it could have been a lot worse. He is continuing to perform in a sling.

Blabbermouth posted a Hudson confirmed retelling of the story:

“On Tuesday, June 27, Hudson and his bandmates were gearing up to leave Brisbane early in the morning for their flight to New Zealand. The crew was loading up the equipment outside the hotel into a van with trailer which was parked on a steep hill at the top of a long road leading to an intersection. With the music equipment fully loaded and just a few suitcases to go, Marc went and sat at the back of the van first, with bassist Frédéric Leclercq and guitarist Sam Totman following close behind.

After they set foot in the van, the brakes started squeaking and the van started rolling down the hill towards the intersection extremely quickly. Sam and Fred, who were stood in the doorway, immediately stepped out, leaving Marc in the back seat with his seat belt on. The van with the trailer continued to accelerate down the hill. Drummer Gee Anzalone tried to run after the van to put the handbrake on to no avail as it was going too fast, as did Marc, who was trying to get to it from the inside. The van was headed for an intersection but was veering off to one side.

Marc jumped out the side of the van a few seconds before it crashed into a tree and came to a complete stop. The van was said to be going at over 30 miles per hour at the time the singer jumped out. He since has been treated at the hospital for two potentially broken ribs, a sprained shoulder and various cuts and bruises.”

DragonForce Post Final Part Of Three-Part “Reaching Into Infinity” Interview

DragonForce have posted the final part of a three-part interview in which they discuss their new album “Reaching Into Infinity.” That effort was officially released on May 19.