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Paradise Lost ‘Host’ Remastered is out now Plus band reveals third interview trailer


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British cult metallers PARADISE LOST have released a freshly remastered version of their legendary seventh studio album, ‘Host’, which was originally recorded in 1999 and saw the band’s sound take a more melancholic electropop direction. The tracks have never before been released on vinyl, but they are available in a remastered version on LP, digipack or in digital form. Get your copy here:

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PARADISE LOST TALK ABOUT JANE SEYMOUR & WET WET WET’S INVOLVEMENT IN THE MAKING OF ‘HOST’ FIRST TRAILER


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On March 16th, cult metallers PARADISE LOST will release a remastered version of their legendary seventh studio album, ‘Host’, and a first-ever pressing of the songs on vinyl.

The band presents the first ‘Host’ album trailer, in which singer Nick Holmes and guitarist Greg Mackintosh muse on the being signed to a major label in the nineties…and the extravagant, weird and wonderful consequences. Watch as the guys talk about building a studio in actress Jane Seymour’s mansion for the recording of the album and having to sleep in a bed that WET WET WET’s Marti Pellow had been staying in previously, after discovering some dubious literature in the bedside drawer:

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PARADISE LOST TO RELEASE ‘HOST – REMASTERED’ IN MARCH


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On March 16th, Britain’s cult metallers Paradise Lost will release a remastered version of their legendary seventh studio album, ‘Host’ and a first-ever pressing of the songs on vinyl. Originally released in 1999, ‘Host’ earned Paradise Lost their reputation as West Yorkshire’s musical chameleon, as it saw the band moving further away from their previous death metal roots to a melancholic and catchier electropop sound.

Singer Nick Holmes comments: “With the ‘Host’ album we wanted to take the ‘One Second’ concept further and make a very dark album with even more subtlety. It was a bold leap from all our previous albums, a leap too far some would say, but for me, the new remastered version really shows it’s still one of the band’s strongest albums in terms of song writing, atmosphere and sheer misery.”  

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