PARAGON: Hamburg Gig To Be Filmed For Upcoming DVD

German power metallers PARAGON have posted the following message on their official web site:

"On [September 3, 2005] the Metal Bash Roadkill Tour, featuring TORMENT, PARAGON and DARK AGE, is taking place at the Markthalle [in] Hamburg [Germany]. DARK AGE are celebrating their 10th anniversary with a special show, there will be DVD recordings of DARK AGE, TORMENT and PARAGON and three additional bands will be playing, CHILDREN OF WRATH, NOT FRAGILE and SERPENT SOUL. Each concert-goer will receive a Remedy compilation CD for free. Admission price will be a fan-friendly 12 euros presale and 15 euros at the box office. Entrance is at [4:30 p.m.], showtime at [5:30 p.m.]."

PARAGON recently parted ways with drummer Marcus "Big M" Corby. A temporary replacement drummer, Christian Gripp (TORMENT), will join the group on the upcoming tour.

PARAGON have begun writing material for the follow-up to this year's "Revenge", tentatively due in 2006.


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