12:47 - Bad English and we turned clck one h forvard so one h was stollen, less sleep I will compasate it whit 5h at day ... I am outcast rules and obligations dont exist for me in after work and free time
12:41 - Bad English vampires can not live in N Swe we have 22h sun per summer and remaining 2 h is day light
12:38 - Bad English no none - Johan was online just 20min before you asked me and I am often online at night in weekeds, I have no wife who needs me wake up in 9 and go shoping
12:17 - 3rdWorld Keio Line > Orange Canyon Mind => Merzbow > Skullflower ?
12:12 - The RedOctober SO for the past few days I have finally started listening to melodic death metal.(I was a techdeath maniac) Listened to Heartowrk then a few arch enemy? wht d f happened to amott? :O
08:02 - Joe Zombie That Corpus Christii is actually pretty decent. Liking the vocals and riffs. Solid stuff so far.
07:52 - ZoranXT Hey people, everyone from EU - see you at metaldays [link]
British gothic metal pioneers Paradise Lost have named their upcoming new album "Faith Divides Us Death Unites Us". Vocalist Nick Holmes comments:
"The thoughts behind the title "Faith Divides Us - Death Unites Us" are very much self explanatory, there is so much division in the world caused by obstructing religious belief. We are all made of the same flesh and bone, what makes one religions better than the other, and would any true god allow his creation to destroy itself? The vast number of different so called faiths around the globe, just helps to strengthen my complete denial of any god, and force the belief that religion is nothing more than a man made cash induced fabrication to exploit a human beings natural fear of death."
UK metallers Paradise Lost have posted online a new song, "As Horizons End", on their MySpace page.
"As Horizons End" comes off the band's forthcoming album, entitled "Faith Divides Us - Death Unites Us", which will be released on September 28 in Europe (October 6 in the US) via Century Media Records.
Nick Holmes comments: "This song is about someone who's on a downward spiral. Working too hard and trying to claw back some positive spirit by participating in all the so called joyous occasions in life, socialising and networking but to no avail, the long days have crushed the soul till only disappointment and cynicism remains. This song was inspired by the thousands of dishevelled looking middle aged businessmen I see in airports each year. This track has had a dozen face lifts since its inception and in true fashion, it was never intended to be the first track. Once it was mixed though it was hard to imagine any other song opening the album."
Paradise Lost have confirmed that Adrian Erlandsson (Cradle Of Filth, The Haunted, At The Gates, Nifelheim, Code) will be their new full-time drummer.
Guitarist Greg Mackintosh comments: "Adrian has been a friend and acquaintance for some time. After calling me to see if the drumming position was still vacant, we quickly arranged for an audition right before entering the studio to record our new album. We knew immediately that he was the man for the job. Playing the songs with him felt very natural. He is the same age as us and from a similar musical background. Unfortunately it was too short notice to play on the new album but everything we do from now on will have Adrian involved. We look forward to rehearsing with him when we leave the studio and to doing our first show with him in Norway on April 10th (Inferno Festival)."
Gothic metallers Paradise Lost are currently preparing the recordings for their highly anticipated follow-up to 2007's extremely successful "In Requiem".
Vocalist Nick Holmes comments as follows:
"The album as yet untitled will feature around 10 tracks, among the titles are "First Light", "As Horizons End", "Faith Divides Us, Death Unites Us", "Frailty" & "My Last Regret" - these are subject to change without notice!
We are very happy with Rhys Fulbers work on the last album "In Requiem", but after working on 3 albums together we decided it was time to go for a different approach. After hearing the work he did with our "Anatomy Of Melancholy" Live DVD we decided that Jens Bogren was the man for the job. In February we will venture to Sweden to begin recording the album in Fascination Street Studios, Örebro, Sweden.
Paradise Lost from West Yorkshire, UK, formed in 1988 when vocalist Nick Holmes and guitarist Gregor Mackintosh came together with the idea of taking metal beyond the conventional styles of the time. They were influenced by acts such as Candlemass, Celtic Frost and Morbid Angel, and concocted a unique atmosphere of their own as a result. This was already apparent when their debut album "Lost Paradise" appeared on Peaceville Records in 1990, and blended death metal with doom and some melodic elements, but it wasn't until their follow-up album that the metal world witnessed the birth of a new style of music.
"Gothic" was THE album responsible for a whole sub genre of metal, Gothic Doom Metal, upon its release in 1991. Creating a more melancholy & atmospheric form of doom metal, with the introduction of the distinctive & unmistakable Paradise Lost lead guitar melodies, the band was quickly propelled to the forefront of pioneering extreme metal bands of the early nineties.
Paradise Lost drummer Jeff Singer has posted the next statement on the bands official site:
"I guess no one would have seen this coming but as of the end of August I will no longer be drumming for Paradise Lost. I have decided to hang up my sticks altogether. It is an incredibly hard decision to have had to make as drumming has been my life for as long as I can remember and through good and bad has been my living for nearly 20 years. It is going to be very difficult I am sure and after four and a half years I will miss Nick, Aaron, Steve, Greg (and Milly) very much but in my heart I know that it is the correct thing for me to do.
So why am I leaving, well, to be honest it is a difficult thing to explain in a few paragraphs, but here goes.
An e-card for Paradise Lost's forthcoming DVD, entitled "The Anatomy Of Melancholy", can be accessed at this location.
The DVD was filmed and directed by Paul M Green and his Dash Productions team (Opeth, The Damned, Gary Numan). Jens Bogren (Opeth, Katatonia, Amon Amarth, Symphony X) mixed the brilliantly captured live sound at Fascination Street Studios in Sweden, and the dark enchanting cover artwork was done again by Greek artist Seth who already worked on the band's last two album covers.
"The Anatomy Of Melancholy" release dates:
Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Benelux and Italy: May 23th.
Spain and Portugal: May 27th.
Sweden, Finland and Hungary: May 28th.
UK's gothic metal forefathers Paradise Lost present you their stunning new video clip for "Praise Lamented Shade" taken from the band's latest, much lauded masterpiece "In Requiem", which was released via Century Media Records in May 2007.
The clip was filmed during their show in the beautiful Koko, London in April which will be released on DVD later on. However, it already gives you a glimpse of the things to come.
The video 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) and you can watch it at Youtube.com by clicking here!
Paradise Lost, the godfathers of Gothic metal, have returned with a stunning new offering "In Requiem", which marks a return to the band's trademark heavy sound. To get a full impression of this brilliant dark opus, fans can now stream the entire album on the band's official MySpace page. Note that the album can be streamed only for one week (starting from Friday, May 11), so check it out now!
The album, produced by Rhys Fulber (Fear Factory, Front Line Assembly) and mixed by Mike Fraser (AC/DC, Metallica, Slipknot), is set for a June 5th U.S. release.
Paradise Lost present their brand-new Ecard allowing further insights in the band's upcoming masterpiece "In Requiem", which will be released via Century Media Records on the following dates:
GERMANY / AUSTRIA / SWITZERLAND / BENELUX / ITALY: Friday, May 18, 2007.
UK / FRANCE / SPAIN / DENMARK / NORWAY / REST OF EUROPE: Monday, May 21, 2007.
SWEDEN / FINLAND / HUNGARY: Wednesday, May 23, 2007.
USA: Tuesday, June 5, 2007.
On the Ecard you can listen to three tracks taken off "In Requiem", namely 'Never For The Damned', 'Ash & Debris' as well as 'The Enemy', which has just been released as a single (in Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Italy only).
Paradise Lost have posted two songs from their upcoming single, "The Enemy" (due on April 13, cover art here), at the band's MySpace Page.
You can listen to a medley consisting of the single's title track, 'The Enemy', as well as 'Beneath Black Skies'.
Apart from these two tracks, Paradise Lost's new single also contains the exclusive non-album track 'Godless' plus a trailer for the band's upcoming documentary "Over The Madness", which was directed by Diran Noubar and is about to be premiered at the film festival in Cannes in May 2007.
The new single "The Enemy" will only be released in Germany, Austria, Switzerland and Italy.
The following message was posted on the Paradise Lost website:
"In support of their forthcoming album release "In Requiem" on Century Media, the godfathers of Gothic Metal, Paradise Lost announce a special guest slot supporting Nightwish on their autumn tour. The tour will be only the band's third visit to the US, after previously supporting Morbid Angel and Opeth.
Paradise Lost's 11th album, "In Requiem", was produced by Rhys Fulber and mixed by Mike Frazer, and marks a return to their heavy trademark sound."
Nick Holmes comments: "We can't wait to get to the US on a great tour, and try and make an impact after years of focusing on Europe."