PARADISE LOST have set September as the release date for their forthcoming studio album, which is due to be recorded shortly with an as-yet-undetermined producer. Although PARADISE LOST had completed the initial pre-production sessions for the follow-up to their Believe In Nothing opus with John Pennington, who had previously acted as the group's live engineer, they 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. In other news, PARADISE LOST's Draconian Times (1995) and Reflection (1998) albums are due to be re-released in the US through Koch Entertainment shortly. Talks are also underway with Koch to release the band's upcoming CD, as well as 1999's Host and 2001's Believe In Nothing, with plans to follow it up with a US tour, the group's first since 1993's outing with MORBID ANGEL and KREATOR.
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