Sabian.com has uploaded several photos from PARADISE LOST's recently completed pre-Christmas mini-tour, which marked drummer Jeff Singer's live debut with the group. Check them out at this location.The tour included stops in Thessaloniki and Athens in Greece, Wolverhampton in England, Rakvere in Estonia, Riga in Latvia and Helsinki in Finland. The final show in Finland had been sold out for weeks. Commented Jeff: "I have been a proud endorser of Sabian cymbals and never tire of the clarity and power that they give me consistently night after night. Playing live with PARADISE LOST is awesome and they give me the freedom to express my playing. We've had great audiences on this tour and PARADISE LOST are really a great band to tour with. My ribs ache from laughing so much!! It is unusual to have a band that have stuck together with four out of five members for nearly 20 years but they made me very welcome and it has been an awesome year. I am very excited about people hearing the new album of which I am very proud."
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