PARADISE LOST: New Single Due In January, Album to Follow In February
PARADISE LOST are tentatively scheduled to release the first single from their new album in late January, with the full-length CD to follow in February. The group's world tour in support of the album is expected to kick off in April.
"Paradise Lost" — named in celebration of the group's 10th studio album since their full-length debut, "Lost Paradise", was released in 1990 — was recorded primarily at Chapel Studios in Lincolnshire, England under the guidance of producer Rhys Fulber (FEAR FACTORY, FRONT LINE ASSEMBLY). The follow-up to 2002's "Symbol of Life" is the group's first to feature drummer Jeff Singer (ex-BLAZE).
Singer joined the group in May as the replacement for Lee Morris, who left the band in March due to "personal and musical differences."
The upcoming CD is being described by singer Nick Holmes as "definitely the heaviest album we have done in the last ten years."
"Symbol Of Life", PARADISE LOST's ninth studio album, was produced by Fulber and was released in the U.S. through Koch Entertainment.
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