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Dragonforce Sign to Roadrunner Records

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Dragonforce have signed a deal with Roadrunner Records. Their upcoming album, "Rampage", is due out some time this summer.

Source: Roadrunner Records

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1. broken face writes:

dont get me wrong i like roadrunner, chimaira, ill nino, devildriver, slipknot there all great bands an of course the best band in the world soulfly. But they always seem 2 sign bands that are already big ie hatebreed dragonforce. Its like they cant find a good band from the start they ave 2 take

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2. metalmayhem writes:

that is why metal bands pretty much consider roadrunner is pretty much considered a "major" now. the label just waits to see who is gonna make them the most money and then shell out a s h i t load of their own to sign the band. all of the above bands mentioned above sell a lot of albums like them or not. personally not a big fan of anyone on roadrunner though.

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3. me either writes:

Me either but at least this means they will get U.S. coverage and start touring more frequently in the U.S. It's about time we got some decent power metal in the U.S., although Road Runner did a good job with 3 Inches of Blood those guys kick some serious ass.

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