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Paradise Lost (formed in 1988 in Halifax, UK) began as one of the premier bands of the genre (along with their former Peaceville labelmates Anathema and My Dying Bride) and pioneered the sound of early . In the late 1990s they evolved to a more mainstream style, only to come full-circle back to their and roots on recent releases.

Ironically, the band is almost unknown in their home country, whereas… read more

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  • I'd recently got into this band like a few weeks ago. Even through I haven't been knowing them that long I already love their music.
  • Believe in Nothing, just perfect!!
  • New album is excellent!
  • The new live album reminded me of that magical show in Plovdiv... one of the best experiences in my life.
  • It's a good thing the EMI-albums (Host & Believe In Nothing) aren't on Hobofy, so I can play my CDs. PS. New live album rules!
  • If the new album is just about surrendering to demands, the demands must have been "make us feel more miserable". It seems like a natural progression to me. The mid-tempo death doom dirges are like reminiscences of the past, while the melodic and somber sounds they developed in later years are still present and entwined within. They've come full circle.
  • Shadows...haunt the night...
  • It's a shame the EMI-albums (Host & Believe In Nothing) aren't on Spotify. Both ranks amongst their best work. [2]
  • It's a shame the EMI-albums (Host & Believe In Nothing) aren't on Spotify. Both ranks amongst their best work.
  • @BrovarSpirytus Century Media was acquired by Sony so a lot of Century Media albums were pulled from Spotify temporarily. It's back on Spotify as of now.

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