Medusa is the fifteenth studio album from British gothic metal band Paradise Lost, released on 1 September 2017 via Nuclear Blast. According to guitarist Greg Mackintosh the album is "be slower, sludgier and more doom-filled than ever before". He also considered it "eight riff-laden monster tracks of sheer Northern misery" definitely our heaviest album; the heaviest we’ve done.
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Produced by Jaime Gomez Arellano & Paradise Lost. Agony, inside desire that yearns no longer Memories, burning the fire that made you stronger. The life that blinded me divided me forever bleeds Divisive blinded deed the spineless we can never reach. Heresy, into a wilderness they wander Tragedy, a perished heart that aches you conquered. The life that I must lead the heartless one that never sleeps Endeavour to receive the strong, the brave, the empathy. Pretenders to the throne Their willing turns to stone. This life – the last, the principle has lapsed This.
Paradise Lost are doom/death pioneers, and helped spawn the gothic metal genre, as well. Not only have they continued that path with their 15th studio album Medusa, they've doubled down with an even heavier effort. Their new drummer, 22-year-old Waltteri Väyrynen, wasn't even born when Paradise Lost released their debut album back in 1990.
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On their 15th album, English doom goths Paradise Lost return to their roots: Vocalist Nick Holmes resurrects his long-lost, death-metal growl to complement his stentorian baritone. With their heaviest album in well over a decade, Holmes and his mates-most of whom have been in Paradise Lost since the band’s 1988 inception-deliver majestic guitar melodies and crushing slow-mo riffs on From the Gallows, opener Fearless Sky, and the epic, soaring title track. Medusa Paradise Lost. On their 15th album, English doom goths Paradise Lost return to their roots: Vocalist Nick Holmes resurrects his long-lost, death-metal growl to complement his stentorian baritone
Medusa (LP, Album, Ltd, Vio). Nuclear Blast, Nuclear Blast.