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Paradise Lost Reveal Tracklist For New Album 'Medusa' & Release First Teaser Of New Song!






On September 1st, PARADISE LOST's studio album 'Medusa' will herald
the loneliness and damp cold of autumn, as the legends from West Yorkshire return to their doom metal roots and deliver their 15th full-length release named after the Greek Gorgone whose sight turned people into stone.


The British cult metallers will premiere the first track off their freshly forged monster on July 7th, and can reveal a snippet from the upcoming single entitled 'The Longest Winter'. Get a first impression of this new track, mixing typical PARADISE LOST melody lines with crushing doom moments.


Check out the teaser below!






In addition, the band can announce the 'Medusa' track list will consist of the following eight songs:


Fearless Sky (8:30)
Gods Of Ancient (5:50)
From The Gallows (3:42)
The Longest Winter (4:31)
Medusa (6:20)
No Passage For The Dead (4:16)
Blood & Chaos (3:51)
Until The Grave (5:41)


Bonus tracks:
Frozen Illusion (5:45)
Shrines (3:59)
Symbolic Virtue (4:38)



On September 1st, for one night only, PARADISE LOST will perform their new album in its entirety at the LKA Longhorn in Stuttgart, Germany - more surprises about this exclusive show will be revealed soon, but since the tickets are strictly limited, make sure you get yours now via our shop:
http://www.nuclearblast.de/de/262568


Following this, PARADISE LOST will embark for an extensive European journey and bring their label mates and US doomsters PALLBEARER, as well as SINISTRO from Portugal:

01.09. D Stuttgart, LKA Longhorn *exclusive release show, Medusa in its entirety*
08.09. UAE Dubai - The Music Room (Majestic Hotel)



PARADISE LOST
w/ PALLBEARER & SINISTRO

27.09. LUX Esch-Sur-Alzette - Kulturfabrik
28.09. D Herford - X
29.09. DK Copenhagen - Pumpehuset
01.10. N Oslo - John Dee
03.10. FIN Helsinki - Nosturi
07.10. DK Aarhus - Voxhall
10.10. CZ Brno - Fleda
11.10. SK Bratislava - Randal
13.10. SRB Belgrade - Dom Omladine
14.10. HR Zagreb - Boogaloo
15.10. H Budapest - Dürer Kert
18.10. D Nuremberg - Hirsch
19.10. D Frankfurt - Batschkapp
20.10. D Saarbrücken - Garage
21.10. CH Geneva - L‘Usine
27.10. FR Grenoble - La Belle Electrique
28.10. I Fontaneto D’Agogna - Phenomenon
29.10. D Munich - Theaterfabrik
30.10. CH Pratteln - Z7
31.10. FR Paris - Le Trabendo
03.11. UK London - Electric Ballroom
04.11. UK Leeds - Damnation Festival
06.11. NL Utrecht - Pandora
07.11. NL Tilburg - 013
08.11. D Cologne - Live Music Hall
09.11. D Berlin - Columbia Theater
10.11. D Weissenhäuser Strand / Ostsee - Metal Hammer Paradise*
12.11. FR Tourcoing - Le Grand Mix*
(*PARADISE LOST only)

Or see the band this summer on the following festivals:

02.07. GR Athens - Rockwave Festival
14./15.07. S Gävle - Gefle Metal Festival
21.07. PL Katowice - Metal Hammer Festival
22.07. D Esslingen - River-Side Festival
30.06. E Barcelona - Rock Fest
03. - 05.08. D Wacken - Wacken Open Air
11.08. A Graz - Metal on the Hill
13.08. B Kortrijk - Alcatraz Festival
18. - 20.08. F Saint-Nolff - Motocultor Festival
25./26.08. D Wörrstadt - Neuborn Open Air




More info:
www.paradiselost.co.uk
www.facebook.com/paradiselostofficial
www.nuclearblast.de/paradiselost

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