German power metallers PARAGON have issued the following update:"After all these years and constant songwriting, we felt a little bit tired. After a few months break, we had the idea to bring back the heroes of the past. And as there will be the 20th anniversary of the band next year to plan some special shows. "We're trying to return to the 2002 lineup that wrote, recorded and performed the metal masterpiece 'Law Of The Blade'. Therefore we had to part ways with our current bass player Dirk Seifert [replaced by returning bassist Jan Bünning] and our second guitarist Günny Kruse. "We would like to play the whole 'Law Of The Blade' record live. "Interested? "The time to book the band is now!" PARAGON's latest album, "Screenslaves", was released in November 2008 via Massacre Records. The CD was produced by Uwe Lullis (ex-GRAVE DIGGER, REBELLION) at Black Solaris Studio in Frankfurt. Bünning quit PARAGON after the recording of 2007's "Forgotten Prophecies" because of "musical differences."
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