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Paradise Lost Posts New Music Video, "Honesty In Death" Online

British gothic metal legends Paradise Lost have posted their new music video online for the song, "Honesty In Death." You can check it out below. The song comes from the bands latest studio album, "Tragic Idol," which will be released in Europe on April 23rd through Century Media Records, with a North American release of April 24th to follow.

Speaking about the video, guitarist Greg Mackintosh stated: "We are very excited about the premiere of our Honesty in Death video. In my opinion it is the best video we have ever done. Matt Green, who I had previously worked with on the Vallenfyre ‘Cathedrals of Dread’ video, directed it. He did such a great job with Vallenfyre that we knew he would be able to do something really special for Paradise Lost. The result is a very powerful, but very grim short film with brief cameos by the band, that is sure to resonate with people who see it."

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1. Mordred in Leicestershire writes:

Sheer class!! These boys pioneered a whole sub-genre of Metal and should be way bigger in the UK than they are! When I hear some of the chaff that gets TOO MUCH air time, it makes my blood boil! Class British acts like Paradise Lost should be cherished and applauded for their consistently high quality contribution to the UK Heavy Metal scene! {end of rant :) }

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2. Cynic writes:

Grim indeed! I actually watched it twice because I wasn't paying attention until the end. Song is great too, tempo is pretty slow - it's old PL meets new, makes sense.

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