PARADISE LOST Releases Free ‘Lost In Time’ Greatest Hits

In addition to new release Tragic Idol (out now on Century Media Records), six classic PARADISE LOST albums will be re-issued by The End Records on August 28. Tragic Idol was released April 24 and debuted with the strongest first-week sales in the band’s illustrious history en route to charting in more than a dozen countries worldwide. The re-issues serve to further document the band’s integral role as metal trailblazers.

 

To celebrate the occasion, PARADISE LOST has released a free digital sampler (**limited to 4,400 downloads**) on Metal Sucks.net. Entitled Lost In Time, this “greatest hits” sampler features artwork by Anthony Clarkson [DTP, IN THIS MOMENT, FEAR FACTORY] and is comprised of 1 track from each of PARADISE LOST’s 13 albums. To download your copy of Lost In Time and to read an exclusive track commentary by the band, head over to Metal Sucks.net:

 

http://www.metalsucks.net/2012/06/07/free-download-and-stream-paradise-losts-lost-in-time-greatest-hits-compilation/

 

Lost In Time track-listing:

  1. “Our Saviour” [Lost Paradise, 1990]
  2. “Eternal” [Gothic, 1991]
  3. “As I Die” [Shades Of God, 1992]
  4. “True Belief” [Icon, 1993]
  5. “Hallowed Land” [Draconian Times, 1995]
  6. “Say Just Words” [One Second, 1997]
  7. “Nothing Sacred” [Host, 1999]
  8. “Mouth” [Believe In Nothing, 2001]
  9. “Erased” [Symbol Of Life, 2002]
  10. “Forever After” [Paradise Lost, 2005]
  11. “The Enemy” [In Requiem, 2007]
  12. “Faith Divides Us” [Faith Divides Us – Death Unites Us, 2009]
  13. “Honesty In Death” [Tragic Idol, 2012]

 

Dates for the “Epic Kings & Idols Tour” are below, so check to see when PARADISE LOST will be coming to a city near you! Tickets are on-sale to the general public starting today (June 7th); click here for additional purchase information.

 

“Epic Kings & Idols Tour” dates feat. the DEVIN TOWNSEND PROJECT, KATATONIA, PARADISE LOST, STOLEN BABIES

Sept. 4–Seattle, WA–Studio 7
Sept. 5–Vancouver, BC–Commodore
Sept. 7–San Francisco, CA–Great American Music Hall
Sept. 8–Los Angeles, CA–El Rey Theater
Sept. 9–Phoenix, AZ–Marquee Theater
Sept. 11–Houston, TX–Warehouse Live Studio
Sept. 12–Dallas, TX–Trees
Sept. 13–Lawrence, KS–Granada

Sept. 14–Denver, CO–Summit
Sept. 16–Minneapolis, MN–Station 4
Sept. 17–Chicago, IL–Bottom Lounge
Sept. 18–Pittsburgh, PA–Mr. Smalls
Sept. 19–Toronto, ON–Opera House
Sept. 20–Montreal, QC–Cafe Campus

Sept. 21–Worcester, MA–Palladium
Sept. 22–Philadelphia, PA–TLA
Sept. 23–New York, NY–Irving Plaza

Sept. 24–Baltimore, MD–Rams Head Live

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