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Paragon Enter Studio This Weekend To Record Tribute Songs

Paragon bassist Jan Bunning has posted this message on the band's official website:

"I first want to thank all the Metalheads from the USA which wrote into our guestbook. We really would love to play in the USA but first we still have no professional distributor in the US and second the last time we tried to arrange something there was no booker who really seemed to be reliable. Anyway - we still working on playing overseas as well as on finding a distribution so please give us some more time!

"The coming weekend we are going to enter the studio to record our tribute songs for the Remedy Records Saxon & Running Wild Tribute albums. From Saxon we will cover '20.000 Feet,' from Running Wild we will NOT cover 'Masquerade' but 'Iron Heads' which was on the famous Deth Metal Sampler and was one of the first songs Running Wild ever recorded. We altered both songs the 'Paragon-Way' and we are sure they will both turn out great. This time we will not go into the Powerhouse Studio but the 'Eike-Studio' of Eike Freese, who also sings 6 plays guitar for Dark Age. We will also make some re-recordings of old 'Chalice Of Steel' songs we will use for the rerelease of our second album 'Final Command.' 'Final Command' will be rereleased later this year on Remedy Records as CD and Picture LP."

Source: Metal Eater

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