Ring of Fire

Ring of Fire is an American Neoclassical Progressive Power metal band from Chula Vista, California formed in 2000. Fronted by former Yngwie J. Malmsteen  collaborator Mark Boals after the release of his solo album Ring of Fire.

This supergroup also included guitarist Tony MacAlpinePlanet X drummer Virgil Donati, grammy-award winning bassist Philip Bynoe, and keyboardist Steve Weingart. Ring of Fire released three studio albums between 2001 and 2004, "The Oracle"  (2001) "Dreamtower" (2002) and "Lapse of Reality" (2004) as well as a live album, "Burning Live In Tokyo 2002".

After disbanding, Mark Boals, Tony MacAlpine, and Vitgil Donati later formed Seven the Hardway. Mark Boals, Tony MacAlpine, and keyboardist Vitalij Kuprij returned in 2014 with their fourth studio album "Battle of Leningrad".

Albums

The Oracle (Avalon, 2001)

Dreamtower (2002)

Burning Live in Tokyo 2002 (2002) Live CD

Burning Live in Tokyo 2002 (2003) DVD

Lapse of Reality (2004)

Battle of Leningrad (2014)

Members

Mark Boals - Vocals (Yngwie Malmsteen)

Tony MacAlpine - Guitar

Vitalij Kuprij - Keyboards

Timo Tolkki - bass (Stratovarius)

Jami Huovinen - drums

Former members

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