Metalzone.gr conducted an interview with PARADOX members Charly Steinhauer (vocals, guitar), Kai Pasemann (guitar), Olly Keller (bass) and Roland Jahoda (drums) prior to the German band's January 12, 2008 concert at the Deutsche Assault Festival in Athens, Greece. They talk about their new album, "Electrify", their future plans, their new lineup and their feeling on today's metal scene. They also talk about the music they listen to, their influences, and what inspires them to write music."Infected", the new video from PARADOX, can be viewed on YouTube. The track comes off the group's fourth album, "Electrify", which was released on January 18 via AFM Records. The CD was produced by guitarist/vocalist Charly Steinhauer and was mixed and mastered at the Hansen Studios in Denmark by Jacob Hansen (RAUNCHY, DESTRUCTION, HATESPHERE). Other songtitles that appear on the CD include "Monument", "Second Over Third By Force", "Infected", "Portrait in Grey", "Hyperspeed Hallucinations", "Bridge to Silence", "Disconnected", "Cyberspace Romance", "Electrify", as well as a cover of BLACKFOOT's "Good Morning".
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