Paradox is gearing up to release a new album. The follow-up to Tales Of The Weird is coming out four years later in Europe on June 3rd and in the U.S. on June 24th via AFM Records. The thrash metallers have also unveiled the cover artwork and tracklist of Pangea and you can check it out below.
Bassist Roland "Olly" Keller has left the German thrash metallers Paradox and has been replaced by Tommy Kittsteiner Calvanese. Olly has quit playing live. Paradox signed last month a new worldwide deal with AFM Records, extending its contract with the label. The band's new studio album is due in fall/winter 2014.
Good news for thrash fanatics. The German group Paradox has confirmed the release of a new album next year to follow the latest gem Tales Of The Weird nominated in the last Metal Storm Awards. The band will continue to work with AFM Records as they signed a new worldwide deal with the label. For now, what we know is that you can expect a new studio album in autumn/winter 2014.
German thrash metal act Paradox is currently streaming the new track "Brutalized" from their forthcoming album Tales Of The Weird, the band's sixth. The album is scheduled to drop on December 14th, 2012 under AFM Records.
Thrashers Paradox have made available a new song for streaming. You can now listen below to "Escalation", the first taste of what you will find in the new album. The song will appear on the band's new offering Tales Of The Weird, which will come out on December 14th via AFM Records.
Thrashers Paradox have unveiled the cover art that will grace their forthcoming opus Tales Of The Weird, which was created by Claudio Bergamin. Check it out below. You can expect the album to hit stores on December 14th via AFM Records. Tales Of The Weird will also include guest appearances by Bob Katsionis (Firewind) and Gus Drax (Sunburst).
After revealing that the band's new album would be titled Tales Of The Weird, German thrashers Paradox have disclosed new details about their new release, including the tracklist. Tales Of The Weird will hit stores worldwide through AFM Records on December 14th.
German thrash metallers Paradox have parted ways with guitarist Gus Drax. The band posted the following on their MySpace page: "We would like to announce you that after 2 years of working together with Gus Drax, we decided to go separate ways due to personal reasons. We wish Gus all the best. Paradox are still working on their next album which will be out in Summer 2012."
German Thrash metallers Paradox have issued the following update:
"We are sorry to inform you, that we had to split with Kai Pasemann (guitar) and Roland Jahoda (drums). We had no choice, because we found out we have a different view on how to reach our goals. We thank Kai & Roland for the years they stayed with us and wish them all the best in their future!
Skilled lead guitarists and drummers, who want to work with us professionally on a long term contact us at paradoxbangers aol com.
In February 2011 we plan to release our new album for the 25th anniversary of the band. Paradox is still alive!"
German metallers Paradox have revealed the cover artwork for their forthcoming album, entitled "Riot Squad". The cover artwork was once again created by Claudio Bergamin.
"Riot Squad" was produced by Charly Steinhauer and it was mixed and mastered by Achim Köhler. It contains "10 crystal-clear and powerful sounding thrashers full of energy, speed, melody and originality" according to a press release. "Riot Squad" is scheduled for release on October 16 via AFM Records.
Also "Hollow Peace", a brand new song from "Riot Squad", is available for streaming at the band's MySpace page.
"The next album will be entitled "Riot Squad". The heaviest album of the band´s history is set for release late summer 2009. The phase of composing is over and finest thrashmetal songs like "Hollow Peace", "Dream Hero", "Rise In Rank", "Nothingness", "Psychofficial", "Timegrain", "Planet Terror", "Evolution Reset" are already partly recorded."
The band´s coverversion of Tankard´s "Zombie Attack" can be heard at this location.