Dragonforce Collab with Amaranthe’s Elize Ryd on “Doomsday Party” Interpretation


Dragonforce have shared a new version of their song “Doomsday Party,” this time featuring Elize Ryd, vocalist of Amaranthe.

The song will be a bonus track on the band’s forthcoming record, Warp Speed Warriors, to be released March 15 of next year. The collab is a strong combination between two majorly epic players in the traditional/epic heavy metal space.

“I’ve been a big fan of Amaranthe since their DEMO release,” says Dragonforce guitarist Herman Li. “After our mini collab on my Twitch livestream to produce the track ‘Cyber Sausage Fest’, we were thrilled when Elize was able to create this special duet version of the song with Dragonforce.

“I just love listening to her incredible singing, and Elize’s power dynamic performance on ‘Doomsday Party’ is pure eargasm. I am sure both Dragonforce and Amaranthe fans will adore this version of the song too. I’m eagerly anticipating sharing the stage together on our upcoming European co-headline tour!”

“One of the most crazy and fun collaborations since the Cyber Sausage Fest Song,” says. “What a banger Doomsday Party is! This song makes every cell in my body hyped, that’s what I love about Dragonforce’s music. I was extremely happy when I received the request to join in on this track. The vocal recording took place in Stockholm with Jona Tee from H.E.A.T.

“Finally, I wanna say that it is a huge honor for me to officially take part in Dragonforce’s history. Thank you so much for having me. It was incredibly fun to tour with you in the USA and Canada. Can’t wait to see you again on Tour in the U.K. and Europe!”

This collab is a sneak peak into what we can expect from the new record, so get stoked for this coming spring.

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