Ring of Fire (band)
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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, the band also included guitarist Tony MacAlpine, Planet 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, as well as a live album, Burning Live In Tokyo 2002. After disbanding, Boals, MacAlpine, and Donati later formed Seven the Hardway. Boals, MacAlpine, and keyboardist Vitalij Kuprij returned in 2014 with their fourth studio album Battle of Leningrad.
- Mark Boals - Vocals
- Tony MacAlpine - Guitar
- Vitalij Kuprij - Keyboards
- Timo Tolkki - bass
- Jami Huovinen - drums
- George Bellas - Guitar
- Steve Weingart - Keyboards
- Philip Bynoe - Bass
- Bjorn Englen - Bass
- Virgil Donati - Drums
- The Oracle (Avalon, 2001)
- Dreamtower (Frontiers Records, 2002)
- Lapse of Reality (King Records, 2004)
- Battle of Leningrad (Frontiers Records, 2014)
- Burning Live in Tokyo 2002 (Frontiers/Marquee, 2002)
- Burning Live in Tokyo 2002 (Frontiers/Marquee, 2003)
- "Mark Boals Interview". Melodicrock.com. Retrieved May 5, 2011.
- "TONY MACALPINE, VIRGIL DONATI, MARK BOALS Join Forces In SEVEN THE HARDWAY". Blabbermouth.net. Archived from the original on September 7, 2012. Retrieved May 5, 2011.