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Dragonforce Announces Oxford Warm-Up Show

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British power metallers DRAGONFORCE's webmaster has issued the following update:

"The mighty DragonForce are set for a UK and Ireland tour this September. The tour will follow the release of their as-yet-untitled new album, which is pencilled to hit stores on August 25th.

The band are currently hard at work completing the new album, before heading Stateside in early July for the start of the inaugural Rockstar Energy Mayhem Festival tour. The package kicks off in early July and is headlined by SLIPKNOT and DISTURBED, with DragonForce bagging a main stage slot right before them.

Meanwhile, DragonForce’s last album Inhuman Rampage, is still romping out of stores on both sides of the pond, thanks in part to the inclusion of lead track, ‘Through The Fire And Flames’ as the ‘most difficult' on the top-selling Guitar Hero III: Legends Of Rock video game.

Elsewhere in DragonForce news, guitarists Herman Li and Sam Totman recently launched their new signature guitars at the NAMM show in Los Angeles. You can check out the details over at www.ibanez.com. Also look out for an exclusive interview with Sam real soon.

Tickets for the tour go on sale this Friday, April 18th and can be pre-ordered from Wednesday morning (16th) at www.livenation.co.uk."

The full Dragonforce touring schedule (featuring Turisas) is as follows:

26 - Manchester, UK - Academy
27 - Birmingham, UK - Academy
28 - Southampton, UK - Guildhall
30 - Cardiff, UK - University

1 - Nottingham, UK - Rock City
3 - London, UK - Astoria
5 - Norwich, UK - UEA
7 - Leeds, UK - University
8 - Newcastle, UK - Academy
10 - Glasgow, UK - Academy
11 - Belfast, Ireland - Mandela Hall
12 - Dublin, Ireland - Ambassador Theatre
13 - Cork, Ireland - Savoy

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