PARAGON Finalize Track Listing For 'The Dark Legacy'

German melodic metallers PARAGON have finalized the track listing for their new album, "The Dark Legacy", due on July 28 through Remedy Records (distributed by Zomba).

The follow-up to last year's critically-acclaimed "Law Of The Blade" CD will contain the following cuts:

01. The Legacy
02. Mirror Of Fate
03. Breaking Glass
04. Black Hole
05. Eye Of The Storm
06. Maze Of Dread
07. The Afterlife
08. Green Hell
09. Back From Hell
10. Into The Black (digipack bonus track)
11. Metal Invaders (Japan bonus track)

According to PARAGON bassist Jan B√ľnning, the forthcoming CD will feature a "sound and also songs [that] are more basic and almost like our live sound."

PARAGON will issue a limited-edition picture 7" in June, featuring a different version of "Eye Of The Storm", the group's cover of SAXON's "To Hell and Back Again", and a live version of "Reign Of Fear", recorded in Barcelona, Spain on the band's European Tour with GAMMA RAY.

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