Dreamfire are a project from the United Kingdom that plays a mixture of ambient, neo-classical, atmospheric and new age and this is a review of their self released album "Atlantean Symphony which will be released on May 5, 2014.
A very dark and atmospheric sound starts off the album along with elements of neo-classical and water sounds, the music on this album has a very epic and new age feeling style of sound and after awhile classical guitars make their way into the music and bring a dark age medieval pagan feeling to the album.
When we get more into the album you can hear small amounts of rain and thunder sound s being utilized at times and you can also hear some traces of fantasy film soundtracks being used in certain sections of the recording along with some ritualistic sounding bells and later in the album there is a 3 part saga about Atlantis which also leads to more orchestra and symphonic sounds finding their way onto the recording and in some of the darker sections you can hear traces of dungeon synth.
Dreamfire have a very interesting yet minimal sound with this album with all of the tracks being very atmospheric and combing new age, neo classical and ambient to create their own sound with these instrumental tracks, the production sounds very professional and the song themes cover Atlantic, Esoteric and the Arcane topics.
In my opinion Dreamfire are a very great sounding mixture of neo- classical, atmospheric, dark ambient and new age and if you are a fan of those musical genres, you should check out this project. RECOMMENDED TRACKS INCLUDE "Across the Ageless Ocean" "A Reflection of Rebirth Through The Eyes Of The Forlorn" "Into The Temple Of Elements" and "The Opening Of Eternity". 8 out of 10.