Paradise Lost Announce 30th Anniversary North American Tour With Sólstafir & The Atlas Moth

Paradise Lost will be celebrating their 30th anniversary with a headlining North American tour. Sólstafir and The Atlas Moth will serve as support.

Tour Dates:

10/02 Baltimore, MD – Soundstage
10/03 New York, NY – Gramercy
10/05 Boston, MA – Brighton Music Hall
10/06 Montreal, QC – Le Fairmont
10/07 Toronto, ON – Opera House
10/09 Cleveland, OH – Agora Theater
10/10 Chicago, IL – House Of Blues
10/11 Kansas City, MO – Riot Room
10/12 Denver, CO – Gothic Theater
10/13 Salt Lake City, UT – The Complex
10/15 Seattle, WA – Neumos
10/16 Vancouver, BC – Rickshaw Theater
10/17 Portland, OR – Bossanova
10/19 Los Angeles, CA – 1720 Venue
10/20 Pomona, CA – Glasshouse
10/21 San Francisco, CA – Fillmore


Paradise Lost To Release Remixed & Remastered Version Of “Believe In Nothing”

Paradise Lost will be releasing a remixed and remastered version of their 2001 album “Believe In Nothing” on June 29. You can find a lyric video for the new version of “Mouth” below. Frontman Nick Holmes commented:

“It’s no secret that we were never entirely happy with the production on this record, despite really liking the songs. It’s been a long time coming, but we finally found the right moment to go back into the studio with Gomez (Orgone Studios) and play around with it. We hope you all enjoy the remixed version so you can hear how the songs were meant to sound.”

Paradise Lost Post Lyric Video For Remastered Version Of “So Much Is Lost”

As previously reported, Paradise Lost will release a remastered version of their 1999 album “Host” on March 16, via Nuclear Blast. You can find a lyric video for the remastered version of “So Much Is Lost” below:

Paradise Lost To Release Remastered Version Of “Host” In March

Paradise Lost will release a remastered version of their 1999 album “Host” on March 16, via Nuclear Blast. It will be available as a digipack, digitally, and in three different vinyl colors (black, clear, and mint). Nick Holmes commented:

“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 bands strongest albums in terms of song writing, atmosphere and sheer misery.”

Paradise Lost Announce 2018 UK/Ireland Tour

Paradise Lost have nnounced UK/Ireland tour. Check out the dates:

02/15 Colchester, UK – Arts Centre
02/16 Portsmouth, UK – Wedgewood Rooms
02/17 Bristol, UK – Thekla
02/18 Nottingham, UK – Rescue Rooms
02/20 Belfast, IRE – Limelight 2
02/21 Dublin, IRE – Tivoli
02/22 Glasgow, UK – Classic Grand
02/23 Manchester, UK – Gorilla

Paradise Lost Premiere “Until The Grave” Lyric Video, Announce September Release Plans For Vinyl Reissues And “Live At The Roundhouse”

Paradise Lost have premiered a new lyric video for their new song “Until The Grave.” This track is from the band’s new album “Medusa,” which was released today (September 1).

In other news, the band have also announced some vinyl reissues and a vinyl version of “Live At The Roadhouse.” Century Media shared the following about those:

“Century Media Records will reissue the essential studio albums “In Requiem” (2007), “Faith Divides Us – Death Unites Us” (2009), and “Tragic Idol” (2012) by UK gothic metal pioneers PARADISE LOST as high class vinyl editions in September 2017. Furthermore, the band’s 25th anniversary show recorded in London on November 3rd, 2013 by Abbey Road Live is going to be released on vinyl as a one time only pressing, too.

Previously, “Live At The Roundhouse” was released as 2x CDR and digital album under the title “Tragic Illusion Live At The Roundhouse, London” offering a career spanning set-list and authentic, honest live sound due to being recorded and mixed on-the-fly. The vinyl’s front cover was created by Valnoir and is based on a shirt design originally offered at this unforgettable show back in 2013.

The limited coloured vinyls can be ordered via
“Live At The Roundhouse” vinyl plus t-shirt bundles are available via the band’s store:
The regular black vinyl and coloured “In Requiem” repress are distributed internationally by Sony Music (excluding North America, Canada, Mexico) and can be obtained at all usual outlets.

For more details and tour info go to:

*Please note: “Live at the Roundhouse” is available worldwide. Studio album reissues will not be released in North America, Canada, Mexico.”

Here’s the available options [via Blabbermouth]:

* “Tragic Idol” (reissue 2017): due out September 8
Gatefold black LP+CD – not limited
Gatefold lilac LP+CD – limited to 200 copies
Gatefold clear LP+CD – limited to 200 copies

* “Faith Divides Us – Death Unites Us” (reissue): due out September 8
Gatefold black LP+CD – not limited
Gatefold silver LP+CD – limited to 200 copies
Gatefold dark green LP+CD – limited to 200 copies

* “Live At The Roundhouse”: due out September 15
Limited gatefold black 2LP – limited to 1,300 copies
Limited gatefold lilac 2LP – limited to 200 copies
Limited gatefold transparent yellow 2LP – limited to 200 copies
Limited gatefold golden 2LP – limited to 300 copies

* “In Requiem” (reissue 2017): due out September 15
Gatefold transparent petrol green LP+CD – repress limited to 2,000 copies

Paradise Lost Premiere “Blood & Chaos” Music Video

Paradise Lost have premiered a new video for their new song “Blood & Chaos.” This track is from the band’s new album “Medusa,” which will be released on September 1. The track is also available as a limited edition 7″ in Europe, with a North American release planned for August 11. That 7″ also comes with “Symbolic Virtue,” which can be downloaded for free as well, when you sign up for the band’s mailing list.

Director Ash Pears said the following about “Blood & Chaos”:

“The track talks about elements of savagery and basic instinct. It felt right to set the video in a dark and dystopian post electrical-blackout world, where those who remain are essentially scavengers, and barely survivors. Things they once took for granted like batteries, matches and lighters are now the most sought after.

This confusing new world has quickly turned upside down what’s important to our character; and also makes him question what he would kill for. Our fantastic lead actor Nick Lester fully threw himself at this role – he really brought it to life alongside his collaborations with our other very talented actors Adele, Cris and Matt.

The band and their team have been very supportive. I’ve shot with them before on a performance for ‘Beneath Broken Earth‘, but this narrative-based video is an entirely different animal.

They are the kind of band who know what they like but equally give great freedom in how to bring the track to life. It was Nick and Greg who offered advice on the idea of savagery and basic instinct, so I took those ideas and developed them into a story.”