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Dragonforce - Valley Of The Damned album mp3
Valley Of The Damned
Power Metal
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Lyrics to "Valley Of The Damned" song by DragonForce: On a cold dark winter night hidden by the stormy light A battle rages for the right for what will b. .On the wings of life, by the hands of hope By the brightest light from the brightest sun Crossing silent seas over mountains high To the valley of the damned. On the black wind forever we ride on together Destroying your evil with freedom our guide When the master will storm us He'll stand high before us Our hearts filled with splendour Our swords will shine over the light

In the valley of the damned Day breaks with golden strand Over pastures green it glows To where night returns. In the shadows faces appear Warriors wearing full metal gear Join together one and all Before the glorious light. Rise up gather around come and hear what is said Use your senses open your mind don't you ever forget. On the wings of life By the hands of hope By the brightest light From the brightest sun Crossing silent seas Over mountains high To the valley of the damned. There is another remastered recording of this song, which was released in the re-release of DragonForce’s Valley of the Damned album. Valley of the Damned" Track Info. Written By Sam Totman. Release Date February 25, 2003. Valley of the Damned DragonForce. 1. Invocation of Apocalyptic Evil. 2. Valley of the Damned.

Valley of the Damned could refer to: Valley of the Damned (Demo), the Demo version of their 2003 album, released under the name DragonHeart. Valley of the Damned, the band's 2003 album, which is also to be rereleased in 2010. Valley of the Damned (song), a song by the band in their 2003 album, also called Valley of the Damned. Valley of the Damned (demo song), the demo version of their song Valley of the Damned which was released in their 2000 demo album as the opening track.

Band Name DragonForce. Album Name Valley of the Damned. 版公司 Spinefarm Records Noise International. Re-issued in 2010 by Spinefarm Records with a bonus track and a DVD. Invocation of the Apocalyptic Evil.

Valley of the Damned is essentially a newer Blind Guardian album with extreme shredding. However, compared to their later efforts Sonic Firestorm and Inhuman Rampage, their debut may seem a bit tranquil to many. They haven’t yet fully adopted their trademark style of light-speed riffing with excessive wanking of the fretboards. Sure, riffs are still fast and the guitars still solo unlike any other traditional power metal bands, but Valley of the Damned is in every aspect underdeveloped compared to newer works. You should not of course let these few minor hindrances stop you from enjoying what. The guys from DragonForce aren’t really known for their multi-dimensional approach to writing music. The band’s music is all built on the same basic formula. Luckily for this English clique, that formula happens to be one with extreme appeal.

DVD Contents: Valley Of The Damned Live - video recorded 3rd February 2004 at the Namba Hatch in Osaka, Japan Backstage Footage - recorded in Nagoya and Osaka 3rd February 2004, Video Interviews - recorded in the UK and Denmark, July 2007 Recording Valley Of The Damned - recorded in Denmark. May 2002, Remixing Valley Of The Damned - recorded in the UK, July 2007.

Early years and Valley of the Damned (1999–2003). DragonForce were founded in 1999 by guitarists Herman Li and Sam Totman, under the name of DragonHeart. Totman and Li had both experienced being in a band previously, with both having come from the New Zealand heavy metal band Demoniac. The two later found vocalist ZP Theart through an advertisement, and soon acquired former Demoniac drummer Matej Setinc, bassist Steve Scott and keyboardist Steve Williams. Ultra Beatdown and world tour (2007–2009). Herman Li, Frédéric Leclercq and Sam Totman in Melbourne in 2009. DragonForce toured with Disturbed and Slipknot during the inaugural Mayhem Festival in 2008; the band then returned in autumn with the release of their fourth studio album, Ultra Beatdown.

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1 Invocation Of Apocalyptic Evil 0:13
2 Valley Of The Damned 7:12
3 Black Fire 5:47
4 Black Winter Night 6:30
5 Starfire 5:53
6 Disciples Of Babylon 7:16
7 Revelations 6:52
8 Evening Star 6:39
9 Heart Of A Dragon 5:22

Companies, etc.

  • Record Company – Sanctuary Records Group Ltd.
  • Record Company – Sanctuary Records GmbH
  • Copyright (c) – Sanctuary Records Group Ltd.
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Sanctuary Copyrights Ltd.
  • Recorded At – Thin Ice Studios
  • Recorded At – Jailhouse Studio, Denmark
  • Mixed At – Thin Ice Studios
  • Mastered At – Aubitt Studios
  • Pressed By – Universal M & L, UK


  • Artwork – Jean Pascal Fournier*
  • Bass – Diccon Harper
  • Drums – Didier Almouzni
  • Keyboards – Vadim Pruzhanov
  • Keyboards [Additional], Backing Vocals – Clive Nolan
  • Mastered By – Rob Aubrey
  • Mastered By [Assisted], Mixed By, Producer, Guitar, Engineer, Backing Vocals, Recorded By [Guitar] – Herman Li
  • Mixed By, Producer, Guitar – Sam Totman
  • Mixed By, Recorded By, Engineer – Karl Groom
  • Recorded By [Drums] – Tommy Hansen
  • Vocals – ZP Theart


Recorded at Thin Ice Studios & at Lamer Luser Studios in England, UK between July - October 2002.
Drums recorded at Jail House Studios in Denmark during May 2002.

Made in England.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (String): 5050159637324
  • Barcode (Text): 5 050159 637324
  • Label Code: LC09066
  • Matrix / Runout: N03732 03 6 MADE IN THE UK BY UNIVERSAL M&L
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L136
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 1): IFPI 04H4
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 2): IFPI 04F1

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
FONINT9862, 0602527039862 Dragonforce Valley Of The Damned ‎(CD, Album, RM, Rem + DVD-V + RE) Fontana International, Spinefarm Records FONINT9862, 0602527039862 US 2010
N03732 Dragonforce Valley Of The Damned ‎(CD, Album) Noise Records, Sanctuary Records, Союз N03732 Russia 2004
DYN 1090-2 Dragonforce Valley of the damned ‎(CD, Album) Dynamo Records DYN 1090-2 Brazil Unknown
N03730 Dragonforce Valley Of The Damned ‎(CD, Album, Promo) Noise Records, Sanctuary Records N03730 UK 2002
00602527039862 Dragonforce Valley Of The Damned ‎(CD, Album) Universal Music, Spinefarm Records 00602527039862 Russia 2010

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With the obvious talent and potential to become one of the greatest power metal bands of all time, the thing that makes DragonForce stand out the most is also the thing that annoys me about them. They’re too fast.‘Valley of the Damned’ has a very promising start, with the title track producing some very nice riffs, accompanied by some incredibly catchy vocals, however, this is as good as it gets, as halfway through the song the band, in particular, guitarists Sam Totman and Herman Li, decide to disregard any logical tune and just shred away. It quickly becomes apparent that this is the formula for all of their songs.With bands such as Dream Theater and Symphony X being top influences of mine, it’s clear that shredding isn’t a problem for me. What bothers me when DragonForce start wailing away, is that it’s so fast and flashy that there is no distinguishable melody. Every solo, and I mean EVERY solo, sounds exactly the same, and by that I mean a flurry of notes where the main focus is flashy acrobatics over actual substance. As a result, it's hard to really care once they get started.It’s a shame, because this band has a lot of potential, and in the very few cases when they do slow down their music is awesome. Songs like ‘Valley of the Damned’ and ‘Disciples of Babylon’ have some really kickass moments and memoable vocal melodies, but then descend into the standard DragonForce routine of ruining a perfectly good song with stupidly fast solos that lack any sense of musicality. As a fan of shred guitar playing, it saddens me to say this, but in the case with this band, ‘speed kills’.