Do you know "Rhapsody of Fire"?
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Do you know "Rhapsody of Fire"?

by Yuka O.
(Saitama, Japan)

Italian symphonic metal band

Italian symphonic metal band "Rhapsody of Fire"

Do you know Rhapsody of Fire? This is the Italian metal band. It is one of my most favorite bands, because they play fantastic music. The genre that they play is called symphonic metal. It means they play light music with an orchestra sound.

Their music has stories, and it is mostly connected to other music. I think their music is so magnificent and it’s worth to listen. If you are interested in this band, please watch this video of their song called "Emerald Sword":



Last month, they released a new album, so I want to buy it and listen to their new music!

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