PARADISE LOST To Commence Final Pre-Production Sessions For New CD

June 8, 2002

PARADISE LOST are scheduled to commence the final pre-production sessions for their as-yet-untitled studio album with producer Rhys Fulber (i.e. FEAR FACTORY, FRONTLINE ASSEMBLY) on June 10th at their rehearsal room in Bradford, England before moving over to Chapel Studios in Lincolnshire on June 22nd for the actual tracking process, which is expected to last several weeks. A September release through G.U.N./BMG Records is expected.

As previously reported, PARADISE LOST have already demoed 16 tracks for the as-yet-untitled CD, including two covers—BRONSKI BEAT's "Small Town Boy" and DEAD CAN DANCE's "Xavier". Described as "a real return to form for the band," the upcoming CD will include new songs as "My Religion", "Two Worlds" and "Promises".

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