U.K. gothic metal godfathers PARADISE LOST have issued the following update:

"PARADISE LOST are planning to record a new live DVD, and we are interested to know what songs you feel should be included on the setlist.

"If you'd like to suggest a track for the DVD, please head on over to our forums, if you are registered there, you can vote for an album on this topic, and post a reply for which song you'd like to see. Please be aware that while we are taking suggestions in this manner, it is not a guarantee that they will be included in the final tracklist."

PARADISE LOST recently announced plans to enter the studio in Bradford, Lincolnshire and Canada with producer Rhys Fulber and mixer Mike Fraser to begin recording their as-yet-untitled eleventh album. A spring/summer release via Century Media Records is expected. There are also rumors that a limited-edition version of this album will include four cover tracks as a bonus. The documentary about PARADISE LOST's influence on gothic metal, entitled "Over the Madness" (filmed by Diran Noubar), is also due to be shown later in the year.

G.U.N./Sony/BMG in Europe and Abacus Recordings in the U.K. and the U.S released the band's last album, "Paradise Lost". Century Media Records will be re-releasing the album in the U.K. and U.S.


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