PARADISE LOST Singer: 'This Is The Heaviest Album We Have Done In The Last Ten Years'

PARADISE LOST are scheduled to finish recording the as-yet-untitled follow-up to 2002's "Symbol of Life" on July 8 at Chapel Studios in Lincolnshire, England. Mixing will take place in Los Angeles with vocalist Nick Holmes and producer Rhys Fulber and is expected to last two weeks. Commented Nick: "Recording has gone really well. [New drummer] Jeff [Singer, ex-BLAZE] has done great job and it is definitely going to be the heaviest album we have done in the last ten years."

As previously reported, Singer joined the group in May as a replacement for Lee Morris, who left the band in March due to "personal and musical differences." "Symbol Of Life", PARADISE LOST's ninth studio album, was produced by Fulber and was released in the U.S. through Koch Entertainment.


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