PARAGON: New Album Update

German power metallers PARAGON have resumed recording their new album for an early 2007 release. "Most of the vocals are done by now except for our half-ballad 'Agony' and a cover of 'Two Faced', which we recorded for a TANKARD tribute album which will be included in their next release," bassist Jan Bünning said. "We also still have to do some guitar leads and of course the backing vocals. I hope we can start mixing soon and Dirk (Illing) will also start to do the artwork next week. When we know the exact release date we will start booking some live shows around the release date."

PARAGON's new album will contain the following tracks (in no particular order):

01. Hammer Of The Gods
02. Face Of Death
03. Gangland
04. Souleaters
05. Instrumental
06. Forgotten Prophecies
07. Halls Of Doom
08. Arise!
09. Wargods
10. Agony

PARAGON's latest album, "Revenge", was released in the U.S. in April 2005 via Magick Records. The CD was the follow-up to "The Dark Legacy", which was released in 2003 by Remedy.


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