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Paragon Bassist comments On Band's Future Plans

German power metal act Paragon has issued the following update, through bassist Jan Bunning:

"We are very proud to announce that the producer of our next album will be none other than Piet Sielck. We already worked with him on four of our previous albums ('Steelbound', 'Law Of The Blade', 'The Dark Legacy' and 'Revenge') and it will for sure be like a coming home for us. Piet worked with bands like Saxon and Blind Guardian and knows best what we have to sound like.

"At present we are gathering ideas and riffs and already have completed some rough versions of two songs and ideas for about four others. I can already tell you that the stuff sounds very old school and back to the our roots!

"The artwork will once again be handled by Dirk Illing who who also worked with us on previous albums like 'Law The Blade', 'The Dark Legacy' and 'Forgotten Prophecies' and his recent works include the Scorpions and all the Wacken merchandise.

"Last but not least, there will be a reunion with our photographer Stefan Malzkorn who also did a lot of our album and promo shots (like our last shots of the new lineup). He is one of the best photographers in Germany, already had a lot of front covers in Metal Hammer and Rock Hard and worked with bands like Saxon, Gamma Ray, Cradle of Filth and Apocalyptica."

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2. BATKINSON001 writes:

I second this comment.

Bring your CD's to sell too, I can't get your albums in Canada! Revenge was an excellent album, though stuck with Itunes mp3 files though... the actual CD would rock!

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