Paradise Lost release new single and video for Ghosts
Germany’s most internationally successful
instrumental rock act Long Distance Calling have announced the release of their
seventh studio album ‘How Do We Want To Live?’ for the 26th June
2020 (InsideOutMusic). Today they also launch their
first single ‘Hazard’ :
Desire have shared their new single and video for the spoken word piece Black Latex:
BlackLab have released their new lyric video for ‘Forked Road:
experimental metal 4-piece Asian Death Crustacean will be releasing their debut
album, Baikal, this summer. The forthcoming album combines their breadth
of influences in extreme metal, post-rock, electronic/ambient music and jazz.
was recorded in Stockholm and mixed with the help of David Castillo
(Bloodbath, Leprous) and Jens Bogren (Opeth, Between The Buried And Me) of
Fascination Street Studio. You can listen to first track ‘Baikal Part II’
Paradise Lost, founded in 1988 in Halifax, West Yorkshire and arguably one of the important and influential metal bands to ever emerge out of the UK, will celebrate their 30th anniversary this year. Never ones to shy away from their roots their most recent albums ‘Medusa’ and ‘The Plague Within’ saw a return to their crushing doom metal sound of pure Northern Misery.
On 26th March 1988 Paradise Lost had their first ever rehearsal at Studio X in Halifax and now all these years later they will take things straight back to the city where it all began with a special one-off intimate show at The Lantern in Halifax on Saturday 22nd September.
With a venue capacity of only 150 this will be the closest fans will get to seeing Paradise Lost as it was in the old days and is an event that is unlikely to ever be repeated.
On June 29th, British cult metallers Paradise Lost will release a new version of their eighth full-length album ‘Believe In Nothing’ that initially saw the light of day in 2000. The band were never really satisfied with the overall production and artwork for this record but Jaime Gomez Arellano has remixed and remastered the twelve tracks and Branca Studio designed a dark and moody new cover artwork, to bring it closer to the initial vision that the band once had for their gothic rock album.
On March 16th, Britain’s cult metallers Paradise Lost will release a remastered version of their legendary seventh studio album, ‘Host’ and a first-ever pressing of the songs on vinyl. Originally released in 1999, ‘Host’ earned Paradise Lost their reputation as West Yorkshire’s musical chameleon, as it saw the band moving further away from their previous death metal roots to a melancholic and catchier electropop sound. Singer Nick Holmes comments: “With the ‘Host’ album we wanted to take the ‘One Second’ concept further and make a very dark album with even more subtlety. It was a bold leap from all our previous albums, a leap too far some would say, but for me, the new remastered version really shows it’s still one of the band’s strongest albums in terms of song writing, atmosphere and sheer misery.”