Surprise! "Dragonchaser" contains classically influenced Power Metal with strong vocals!
What? You are not surprised? Hm, why that? Only because the first two albums already had been in that style? You're kill-joys!
Where is the difference to "Dragonchaser"? Well, to be honest, I couldn't say. It doesn't sound the same, but undisputedly travels down the same waters, so let's move on to the songs.
Just like on the first efforts, you'll get a mix from fast, double-bass-driven Power Metal with more than just a few classical influences, comparable mid-tempo-stuff and the obligatory ballad.
And also an AT VANCE-tradition are cover-versions. "Dragonchaser" offers us two, "The Winner Takes It All", by ABBA, OK, but nothing special, and an eight-minute-Metal-variation of Beethovens fifth symphony, which is somehow impressive.
So who likes the above-mentioned style-mix will get a good album, who hasn't like it yet won't get converted by "Dragonchaser" either...