Fury Of The Storm

Album: Sonic Firestorm (2004)


  • At face value, this song is about powerful gods fighting a climactic battle wielding the universe like a weapon. Deeper, it could mean the human race and how much potential we have: "With the power of the universe we stand strong together" means that we have the ability to achieve anything if only we stand united. Rumor has it that this song was inspired by a Player vs. Player on World of Warcraft that involved high level characters. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Weston - Ramona, CA

Comments: 3

  • Mike from Denver, Coevery one of their songs sound like world of warcraft or some comic book/video game. EVERY...SINGLE.....SONG. ugh. i get tired of this music after 1 or 2 songs
  • Justin from Covina, CaWell, every member of DragonForce is a video game fan... Like me!
  • Leon from Hellouw, Netherlandswhaha DragonForce and WoW??
    Maybe when WoW comes out for the PC Engine XD
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