August 15, 2005

Hong Kong-born guitarist Herman Li of the London-based "extreme power metal" band DRAGONFORCE will broadcast for the BBC World Service program "The Music Feature - China's Music Revolution".

This series explores the last great untapped music market for record companies — China. It looks at the rock/pop music scene and at how the influence of western music may affect the tastes and attitudes of Chinese pop consumers and musicians. Program 1 will premier on Sunday, August 21 at 23:32 GMT, while Program 2 will follow one week later.

In other news, DRAGONFORCE are featured on the cover of this month's issue of Terrorizer magazine. Check out the cover at this location.

DRAGONFORCE's second album, "Sonic Firestorm", is available now on the Noise/Sanctuary label.

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