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|Paradise Lost||Primary Artist|
|Rhys Fulber||Programming, Producer|
|Chris Potter||Digital Editing|
|Dirk Rudolph||Cover Design|
|Chris Elliott||String Arrangements|
Posted October 1, 2010
Not only was I shocked when I saw this album I was even more shocked to hear it. I have been listening to the band since draconian times and always felt that they were a fantastic band but were loosing track of what they seemed to be looking for, Host was a beautiful representation of a new direction for gothic music, but it lended it to the talent behind the music. The next album introduced another interesting look, what if you took Paradise Lost so far and do a paint by numbers album. And thats what you got, no real surprises. It left Paradise Lost dismayed that they couldn't truely please there fans, only themselves. This realisation I believe has given birth to this album. Paradise Lost have created a very in depth creation of some of the finest blend of goth with the fresh new sound of metal, created from the true masters of this genre today. However, there is the fact that some might find this album too fresh, or too goth, but if you can see the creation that has made this album and its songs stand out and enjoy hearing the band with extreme top notch production you will find this to be the Paradise Lost album.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.