VOIVOD Drummer Guests On PARADISE Debut

VOIVOD drummer Michel Langevin (a.k.a. Away) and ex-SWORD guitarist Mike Plant are among the musicians that have contributed to the debut album from Montreal-based "volcanic rock" act PARADISE.

Titled "Rock Anthropologists On The Kon-Tiki Voyage", the CD was mixed and mastered in New York by veteran producer Glen Robinson, who has previously worked with VOIVOD, ANNIHILATOR, CYCLE SLUTS FROM HELL and KATAKLYSM, among others.

For more information on PARADISE, including samples of the tracks "Blue Hurricane" and "Kahiki Pearl", visit the group's official web site at this location.

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