PARAGON: 'Screenslaves' Artwork Revealed
StayMetal.net has revealed the artwork (see below) for "Screenslaves", the new album from German power metallers PARAGON, which will be released on November 14 via Massacre Records. The CD was produced by Uwe Lullis (ex-GRAVE DIGGER, REBELLION) at Black Solaris Studio in Frankfurt.
"Screenslaves" track listing:
06. The Blade In The Dark
07. Death Next Door
08. The Killing Hand
10. Larger Than Life (BACKSTREET BOYS cover)
11. L' Eredita ("Legacy" Italian version)
12. Screenslaves video clip (digipack bonus only)
PARAGON's latest album, "Forgotten Prophecies", was released last June 2007 via Remedy Records.
After the recording of "Forgotten Prophecies" in early 2007, the band's longtime bass player Jan Bünning quit the band because of "musical differences." Shortly after, the group found a replacement in Dirk Seifert.
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