Former PARADISE LOST Drummer Joins TEN
According to MelodicRock.com, former PARADISE LOST drummer Lee Morris has joined the British AOR group TEN. Lee's first outing with the band will be the Fleetwood weekend on October 15-16, according to TEN mastermind Gary Hughes.
Morris left PARADISE LOST in early 2004 prior to the recording of the band's self-titled album due to "personal and musical differences." In a statement issued shortly after his departure, Morris said, "I have never lost my passion for music and drumming and this new-found freedom has really filled me with a determination and drive to want to succeed again."
PARADISE LOST are currently utilizing the services of drummer Jeff Singer, who has previously worked with BLAZE and KILL II THIS.
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