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Below is our complete Paradise Lost news coverage, including columns and articles pertaining to the band. Some articles listed may be indirectly related, such as side projects of the band members, etc.
Note: We began associating news directly with bands in late 2003. Therefore, earlier band news may not be listed on this page.
UK melodic rockers Ten have brought in ex-Paradise Lost drummer Lee Morris. He left Paradise Lost early last year, after nearly a decade with the band.
PARADISE LOST have signed a licensing deal with Century Media Records to release the group's new self-titled album in all territories except for continental Europe and Japan, where the CD is still licensed to G.U.N./Sony BMG.
The tentative U.K. release date is still set to be August. More information will be made available soon.
PARADISE LOST's new self-titled album — 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 CD to feature drummer Jeff Singer (ex-BLAZE).
Paradise Lost are the latest band to be confirmed for B-O-A, BLOODSTOCK OPEN AIR, taking place at Catton Hall in Walton On Trent, Derbyshire, UK. Their new self titled CD will be released during May in the UK.
The B-O-A lineup comprises:
CHILDREN OF BODOM
Orphaned Land will be direct support to Paradise Lost on their forthcoming European tour.
Frontman Kobi Farhi comments:
Hello to all the Orphans out there, we just got back from two killer shows we did with Kreator and Tristania in Mexico! We are very happy to support the legendary Paradise Lost, it will be our debut European tour - be sure that we will flood your countries with our raging storm!!! See you all soon! Forever Orphaned.
Ophaned Land tour dates with Paradise Lost: More...
PARADISE LOST's new self-titled album — named in celebration of the group's 10th studio album since their full-length debut, "Lost Paradise", was released in 1990 — has entered the German Media Control chart at position No. 18.
"Paradise Lost" (G.U.N. Records) 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 CD to feature drummer Jeff Singer (ex-Blaze).
PARADISE LOST have updated their website with more dates for their upcoming tour in support of their new self-titled album which is due out on February 21st through BMG worldwide and the 22nd via Koch Records in North America.
Confirmed dates now include: More...
Paradise Lost have been confirmed as the support band for Judas Priest on a number of European dates in April. List of shows includes:
04/02 - Den Bosh Arena Brabanthal, NETH
04/04 - Zwickau Arena Zwickau, GER
04/06 - Spodek Sporthall Katowice, POL
04/07 - Sports Arena Brno, CZR
04/08 - Bank Austria Hall Vienna, AUT
04/10 - Mazda Palace Milan, ITA
Paradise Lost has posted the video for their first single, from the new album "Forever After," here. The video is only available for the weekend.
Some still shot from the making of PARADISE LOST's new video "Forever After" have been posted online. You can find these photos here. The video, directed by Volker Hannwacker, was recently filmed in Berlin.
"Forever After" comes off the band's new self titled album, due out on February 21st. Cover art can be viewed here.
A 29-second audio sample of the new Paradise Lost single "Forever After" has been posted online at this location.
"Forever After" (view cover here), the first single from Paradise Lost's upcoming self-titled album, will be released on February 14 in two versions. One will be a standard three-track single, the other will be a limited-edition five-track CD with a bonus DVD.
As previously reported, Paradise Lost are currently in Berlin, filming the video for their upcoming single, "Forever After", with director Volker Hannwacker.
"Paradise Lost" (view cover here) — 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 CD to feature drummer Jeff Singer (ex-Blaze).
"Paradise Lost" is scheduled for release on February 28 through G.U.N. Records.
Tapping the Vein singer Heather Thompson has recorded some backing tracks for the first single "Forever After" of Paradise Lost's self-titled new album. The single is scheduled for a release on Feb. 7th, the album will follow Feb. 21st.
England's Paradise Lost have posted the following:
It has been announced today that the Album "Paradise Lost", will be released on 21/02/2005. The single has also been confirmed today and will be the song "Grey" - to be released on 07/02/2005.
Cherry Red have released a DVD version of "Live Death" - a gig filmed in 1989, shortly before the release of their debut album, "Lost Paradise".
The DVD contains the following tracks:
01 - Deadly Inner Sense
02 - Frozen Illusion
03 - Breeding Fear
04 - Paradise Lost
05 - Our Saviour
06 - Rotting Misery
07 - Internal Torment.
You can order this DVD here.
PARADISE LOST have been confirmed to headline Green Christmas, the biggest Estonian winter rock festival, set to held December 18, 2004 at the new Rakvere Sports Hall. Acts scheduled to perform at the event include:
PARADISE LOST (UK)
SEX MACHINE (EST)
BRIDES IN BLOOM (EST)
ECHOSILENCE (EST) More...
Following on from the success of their controversial UK tour with HIM, Cathedral are to play three final shows to round off 2004. Firstly Bradford Rios on Dec. 10th, followed by a visit to London, The Garage on Dec 11th. Support for both these shows will be from very special guests, Witchcraft from Sweden. Finally the band will play a final 2004 show as special guests to Paradise Lost on their only UK appearance at Wolverhampton, Wulfrun Hall Dec 16th. The band are currently in negotiations with various producers and plan to enter the studio in February 2005 to commence recording of their eighth album & debut for Nuclear Blast records, tentatively titled "Seeds of Decay."
ATROCITY are confirmed to play the Tattoo The Mind Festival, taking place on October 30th and 31st in Amneville/Frankreich, France. Atrocity will perform on the 31st. Also, Atrocity and LEAVES’ EYES have added a new date for their upcoming tour, at the Metal Power 2004 festival, taking place on November 6th at Halle 101 in Speyer, Germany.
Also, there are dates planned for next spring in Czech Republic, Hungary, South/Central America, Canada and the US.
Atlantis Lovelorn" Tour 2004( ATROCITY / LEAVES' EYES / BATTLELORE / DARKWELL) now includes the following dates: More...
From Paradist Lost's website:
"Recently we asked the fans to post their questions for Nick Holmes regarding the new album on our forums. We selected a lot of these questions to be answered, and here they are! We hope you enjoy the article!"
Read the full article at Paradise Lost.
British cult doom rockers Cathedral have been confirmed as the support act for Paradise Lost at their December 16 gig at the Wulfrun Hall in Wolverhampton, England.
As previously reported, Cathedral have set "Seeds of Decay" as the working title of their eighth studio album, tentatively due in February/March 2005 through Nuclear Blast Records. Songtitles set to appear on the follow-up to 2002's "The VIIth Coming" include "Oro the Manslayer", "Corpsecycle", "Sabbadaius Sabbattum", "Eripmav Moon", "This Body Thy Tomb", "Everything Is Dying" and "Upon Azraels Wings". The album will once more feature the epic cover art of longtime Cathedral artist Dave Patchett. The band were previously signed to Dream Catcher Records in Europe and Spitfire Records in the U.S.
Paradise Lost have updated their website (www.paradiselost.co.uk) with a couple of live dates for December.
Confirmed dates include:
11 at Idrogios Club in Thessaloniki, Greece (with Atrocity, Leave' Eyes)
12 at Rodon Club in Athens, Greece (with Atrocity, Leaves’ Eyes)
As reported earlier this week, Paradise Lost have announced that the title of their new album will be Paradise Lost, in celebration of their 10th studio album since their first album, Lost Paradise was released in 1990.
Artwork and final tracklisting for the new album are still to be confirmed.
The band completed the recordings for the album at Chapel Studios in Oxfordshire, UK in August, 2004.
Some working titles of songs expected to be featured on the new album include: ‘Through The Silence’, ‘Shine’, ‘Sun Fading’, ‘Sanctimonious You’, ‘Redshift’, ‘Forever After’, ‘Getting Over The Madness’, ‘Accept The Pain’, ‘Close Your Eyes’ and ‘The Laws Of Cause’.
More details on the forthcoming release as they become available.
Paradise Lost have announced that the title of their newest album will be "Paradise Lost", in celebration of their 10th Studio album since their first album "Lost Paradise" was released in 1990.
Artwork and tracklisting are still to be confirmed.
In addition, vocalist Nick Holmes has agreed to do a Q&A session about the new album with the fans. You can post your questions for him on this topic on the Forums. After enough questions have been received, the answers will be posted in an article on the band's official website.
Paradise Lost announced today (Oct. 6) that the title of their newest album will be "Paradise Lost" — in celebration of their 10th studio album since their full-length debut, "Lost Paradise," was released in 1990. Artwork and tracklisting are still to be confirmed.
The follow-up to 2002's "Symbol of Life," Paradise Lost was recorded primarily at Chapel Studios in Lincolnshire, England under the guidance of producer Rhys Fulber (Fear Factory, Front Line Assembly) and 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."
Working songtitles set to appear on "Paradise Lost" include: More...