PARADISE LOST Drummer's Week 3 Tour Blog Update Available

October 3, 2007

PARADISE LOST drummer Jeff Singer has posted another update to his ongoing "tour blog." Read the latest entry at this location.

PARADISE LOST recently released the video for the song "Praise Lamented Shade", taken from the band's latest CD, "In Requiem", which was issued via Century Media Records in May 2007. The clip was filmed during PARADISE LOST's April 2007 show at Koko in London (a concert which was filemd for an upcoming DVD) and was directed by Dash Productions (who worked with people such as STEVEN SEAGAL, GARY NUMAN, LEVEL 42, PAUL RODGERS, RICK ASTLEY, HEAVEN 17, THE DAMNED, MARC ALMOND, DEXY'S MIDNIGHT RUNNERS and many more). Watch the video below.

In other news, "In Requiem" is finally available on vinyl again! As the limited 4 x 7" box (2,000 copies) was sold out in the first week of release, Century Media Records and PARADISE LOST have decided to release the album as a vinyl LP, too. It contains the regular album tracks and comes in heavy cardboard gatefold cover, including a newly designed poster.

PARADISE LOST achieved the following first-week chart positions with their 11th studio opus, "In Requiem":

Germany: #12
Austria: #28
Switzerland: #41
France: #43
Sweden: #33
Finland: #19

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