PARADOX To Release 'Electrify' In October

Long-running German metallers PARADOX have set an October 26, 2007 release date for their fourth album, "Electrify". 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".

PARADOX, who recently parted ways with guitarist Fabian Schwarz, drummer Chris Weiss and bassist Andi Siegl, have announced plans to perform live again. Joining guitarist/vocalist Charly Steinhauer and guitarist Kai Pasemann in the group's current touring lineup are drummer Roland Jahoda (formerly of SOUL DEMISE) and bassist Roland Keller.

In other news, PARADOX has contributed a cover of "Zombie Attack" to the upcoming TANKARD tribute CD, due later in the year. A "Keep It True" festival DVD featuring three live songs from PARADOX is expected later this month.


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