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Paragon Launches Studio Diary On Maximum Metal

Germany's Teutonic warriors, Paragon, have teamed up with Maximum Metal to bring to life their newest recording sessions. Paragon have entered Karo studios to record their newest album, "Revenge," and with this recording they will allow Maximum Metal a peek inside the studios via a studio diary.

Each day Jan Bunning, bassist for Paragon, will write a diary entry wrapping up the previous day's recording activities. Each entry will be placed on Maximum Metal, giving the fans the chance to not only learn about the making of "Revenge," but at the same time learning a little bit about the recording industry, from day one until completion of the record.

"Revenge" marks the follow-up to the band's successful album "The Dark Legacy," released by Remedy last year. The new record will be partly recorded at Karo Studios with the help of an engineer, and the rest of the recording process and mixing will be done at Piet Sielck's new Powerhouse Studios. The recording session should last 21-25 days, and will be completed by October/November. The artwork for the record will once again be done by Dirk Illing of XMD. Jan tells Maximum Metal he has an idea in mind for the cover, but it could change.

The working titles for the album right now are:
3.Before The Storm
6.Battle Rages On
7.Master Of The Sea

The CD should be released in February/March 2005. The first edition will have a DVD as a bonus, featuring live footage from gigs at Sweden Rock, various older material collected over the years, and hopefully the band's entire Wacken performance, which was filmed professionally with eight cameras in front of 10,000 fans.

Look for the Paragon Studio Diary at Maximum Metal starting on August 12, 2004, in the Studio Diary section.

For more information on Paragon, check out their official website at www.paragon-legions.com.

Source: Metal Rules

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