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In Requiem [7" VINYL] Single, Limited Edition, Box set
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29 May 2007
Format: Audio CDVerified Purchase
Paradise Lost are something of an anomaly, massive in Europe but criminally ignored by press and non-believers here in their home country. It's always been the case that we underappreciate our homegrown metal bands (with the honourable exception of Maiden)but with this, their 11th album, you'd like to think this situation will change - although I wouldn't bet on it. "In Requiem" sees them re-embracing the doomy, guitar heavy sound of their earliest work in favour of the much ridiculed Depeche Mode-style of more recent stuff (which was still bloody good by the way!) With a crisper production and Nick Holmes' vocals sounding better than ever this is at least as good as "One Second" or "Draconian Times" and hopefully this time around with a label in Century Media that understands this type of music as an initially good press we could see Paradise Lost finally get the recognition they deserve for being one of the greatest metal bands Britain has ever produced.
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This album is quite simply the pinnacle of everything Paradise Lost has achieved since they begun to move away from the death-doom flavourings of their earliest few records.Read more
Yet another very good effort from the lads! And yet again not a complete triumph either. This is similar to their self-titled previous release but with maybe a slightly darker...Read more
Paradise Lost have proven themselves again and again. They do it once more with In Requiem
After the promising direction Paradise Lost's previous album took, I can't help but feel disappointed with this one.Read more
You can never accuse Paradise Lost of being boring. Once again they have produced an album different from the last, and not stuck to tried and tested (and generic) formula.Read more