Through the Fire and Flames is their most popular song but others include Operation Ground and Pound, Valley of the Damned, Storming the Burning Fields, Fury of the Storm, and Soldiers of the Wasteland.
They have 3 albums out:
Valley of the Damned
Dan-No, who makes that? Sounds pretty awesome.
Dan-*listens to song* nah Through the Fire and Flames is better...
"If you don't quit pissing me off, I swear to God... don't make me go Dragonforce on your scrawny ass."
They combine fast playing with upbeat lyrics to give a feeling of power to those who listen to it. Their lyrics usually contain stories of myth and legend. Herman Li was given the chance to play with the world's greatest Shred Virtuosos. (Paul Gilbert, Sitriani, Vai, Satch, Malmsteem) He played.
Herman Li speeds himself up with a computer in the studio and is a sloppy player. Sam Totman writes their music which is ALWAYS in the key of C major. Both Herman and Sam both fall off of the stage regularly and lick balls at their own solos live because they can't play as fast as their studio recordings because they're sped up. Their solos are also comprised of simple scales with small variations. They're also out of tune in many of their concerts
Their drummer's good but that's about it.
Herman Li once appeared in a video lesson of how to "Sweep Pick" He failed miserably. It was like hearing a cat being raped by a sharp ice stalactite
They majorly stuff up the solo
The 'Force consists of keyboardist Vadim Pruzhanov (Ukraine), singer ZP Theart (South Africa), guitarists Herman Li (Hong Kong) and Sam Totman (New Zealand), drummer Dave Mackintosh (Scotland), and bassist Frédéric Leclercq (France).
Former members include Steve Scott and Steve Williams, who formed "Power Quest", drummer Dider Almouzni, bassist Diccon Harper, and bassist Adrian Lambert. All were considerably talented, although the current 'Force is the best combination.
Their albums are:
1. Valley of the Damned: Demo (2001)
2. Valley of the Damned (2003)
3. Sonic Firestorm (2004)
4. Inhuman Rampage (2005) (Includes hit Through the Fire and Flames)
5. Ultra Beatdown
(In writer's opinion, Sonic Firestorm remains the best album ever created)
Friend: "Oh cool! How was it?"
Friend: "How. Was. It?"
Nika: "Sorry, I can't hear you, DragonForce filled my ears with epicness."