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Paradise Lost Discuss Their Music Videos From The "Host" Era




On March 16th, 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.

After revealing some anecdotes from the recording process of the album, initially released in 1999, singer Nick Holmes and guitarist Greg Mackintosh look back at filming the music videos for 'So Much Is Lost' in Hollywood and 'Permanent Solution' in a drive-in cinema in Vienna. Listen to their stories in this new trailer:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X_4PzbxRkuQ 




The album will be available on digipack CD and in three different vinyl colours (black, clear and mint) for the first time ever. Get your copy here:
http://nblast.de/ParadiseLostHostNB

Pre-order the album digitally and receive 'So Much Is Lost' instantly at:
http://smarturl.it/SoMuchIsLost
https://smarturl.it/HostRemastered


Watch the previously released clips here: Lyric video 'So Much is Lost’:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WeeID9ag-zY


Trailer 1: https://youtu.be/w-52ADmhQM4


The band's latest doom metal monster ‘Medusa' is now in stores and has been featured in a number of end of year lists for 2017 in the likes of Metal Hammer, Decibel and Rock Hard Italy: http://nblast.de/ParadiseLostMedusaNB


You can catch the band live at the following European festivals:


01.04. D Munich - Dark Easter Metal Meeting
04.04. BG Sofia - 12 Years of Tangra Mega Rock
04.-07.07. D Ballenstedt - Rockharz Open Air
11.-14.07. E Vivero - Resurrection Fest
20./21.07. FIN Laukaa - John Smith Rock Festival
08.-11.08. CZ Jaromer - Brutal Assault
10./11.08. NL Leeuwarden - Into the Grave
15.08. D Dinkelsbühl - Summer Breeze


Or on the recently announced Latin America tour:


31.08. BR Rio de Janeiro - Teatro Rival Petrobras
01.09. BR Sao Paulo - Carioca Club
02.09. BR Limeira - Bar da Montanha
04.09. RA Buenos Aires - Uniclub
06.09. RCH Santiago - Blondie
08.09. PE Lima - TBC
10.09. CO Bogotá - TBC
12.09. MEX Guadalajara - C3 Stage
13.09. MEX Monterrey - Café Iguana
14.09. MEX Ciudad de Mexico - Circo Volador



www.paradiselost.co.uk
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www.nuclearblast.de/paradiselost

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