PARADISE LOST Set Tentative Title, Track Listing For Ninth Full-Length CD
PARADISE LOST have tentatively set Deus as the title of their forthcoming ninth studio album, which is currently being recorded at Chapel Studios in Lincolnshire, UK with producer Rhys Fulber (i.e. FEAR FACTORY, FRONTLINE ASSEMBLY) for a September release through G.U.N./ BMG Records.
According to the webmaster of the group's official web site, the final track listing for the album looks to be as follows (in no particular order):
01. Two Worlds
04. Pray Nightfall Release Me
05. I Can Hate You
06. Self Obsessed
08. Even In Death
09. Perfect Mask
10. No Celebration
11. Xavier (DEAD CAN DANCE cover)
As exclusively reported here last week, five other cuts were also completed during the pre-production sessions for the upcoming album—"My Religion", "Promises", "Tears Fall", "Small Town Boy" (BRONSKI BEAT cover) and "Anxiety"—some of which may end up as future single B-sides or bonus tracks.
Deus will likely receive a US release through Koch Entertainment before the end of the year.
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