PARADOX To Carry On As Duo

Long-running German metallers PARADOX parted ways with guitarist Fabian Schwarz, drummer Chris Weiss and bassist Andi Siegl during the recording sessions for the band's fourth album, "Electrify", due in early 2007 via AFM Records. However, "the recordings are not affected by this," the rest of the group writes in a statement. "The album will be finished as planned, as Charly [Steinhauer, guitar/vocals] has once again composed all tracks and has also recorded all instruments. All lyrics have been finished by Kai [Pasemann, guitar]. Once again, we're not going to give up and will [carry on with] PARADOX as a duo." Songtitles set to appear on the CD include "Second Over Third By Force", "Monument", "Portrait in Grey", "Hyperspeed Hallucinations", "Bridge to Silence", "Infected", "Disconnected", "Cyberspace Romance", "Electrify", as well as a cover of BLACKFOOT's "Good Morning".

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