PARAGON: In Writing Mode

Bassist Jan Bünning of the German power metallers PARAGON has posted the following message on the group's official web site:

"We already have written about five songs for the next album, have ideas for about five more and I can assure You it's the most heavy shit we have ever done. As far as it looks now, the record will again be a concept album dealing with a post-apocalyptic world. To be honest, I don't know if Buschi [vocalist Andreas Babuschkin] will include our 'hero' of 'Law of the Blade' and 'The Dark Legacy' again, but it will have good old metal fun lyrics anyway!"

PARAGON's latest album, "Revenge", was released in the U.S. in April via Magick Records. The CD marks the follow-up to the band's successful album "The Dark Legacy", released by Remedy in 2003.

"Revenge" was recorded in part at Karo studios with the help of an engineer, and the rest of the recording process and mixing was done at Piet Sielck's (IRON SAVIOR) new Powerhouse Studios. The artwork for the record was done by the Argentine artist Valgorth. PRIMAL FEAR guitarist Tom Naumann makes a guest appearance on lead guitar in the track "Impaler".


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