PARADISE LOST Hard At Work On Ninth Studio CD

PARADISE LOST are currently at Chapel Studios in Lincolnshire, with producer Rhys Fulber (i.e. FEAR FACTORY, FRONTLINE ASSEMBLY) recording their ninth studio album for a September release through G.U.N./ BMG Records.

As previously reported, PARADISE LOST had demoed 16 tracks for the as-yet-untitled CD, including two covers—BRONSKI BEAT's "Small Town Boy" and DEAD CAN DANCE's "Xavier". Described as "a real return to form for the band," the upcoming CD will contain most of the following working titles completed during the pre-production process:

01. My Religion
02. Two Worlds
03. Promises
04. Primal
05. Isolate
06. Pray Nightfall Release Me
07. I Can Hate You
08. Tears Fall
09. Self Obsessed
10. Mystify
11. Even In Death
12. Small Town Boy (BRONSKI BEAT)
13. Perfect Mask
14. Anxiety
15. No Celebration
16. Xavier (DEAD CAN DANCE)


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