PARADISE LOST In Negotiations With Universal Following Split With EMI

PARADISE LOST are negotiating a new record deal with Universal Records following their split with EMI Records and expect to release their next studio CD in September, according to informed sources. As previously reported, PARADISE LOST have completed the initial pre-production sessions for the follow-up to 2001's Believe In Nothing with producer John Pennington, who had previously acted as the group's live engineer, and are currently looking for someone else to man the knobs during the upcoming recording sessions, which are likely to take place at a UK studio in the spring.


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