Paradise Lost - One Second
Paradise Lost's self titled tenth studio album 'Paradise Lost' has come full circle.
It is a red-hot return to the fray, with some of the heaviest work the band has ever done. Despite the massive interest in Paradise Lost's musical descendants, this is not the time to be looking to second or third generation imitators.
Their eponomously titled record is proof that this band is as vital, as challenging and as dynamic as ever. It is an adrenaline charged, fist shaking statement of a record.
Again recorded with duo Rhys Fulber and Greg Reely, and with drummer Jeff Singer taking the place of Lee Morris, it encapsulates a newfound maturity combined with that trademark guitar driven PL sound.
'Paradise Lost' was recorded between January and June 2004 at Chapel Studios, Lincolnshire and Hollypark Lane, Los Angeles. Past touring partner Heather Thompson of Tapping the Vein contributed backing vocals on first single 'Forever After' and album track 'Over the Madness'. The choir-esque backing vocals on 'Forever After' were performed by Leah Randi.
Release Date : 18 Oct 2006