On June 29th, British cult metallers Paradise Lost will release a remixed and remastered version of their eighth full-length album “Believe In Nothing”. The album initially saw the light of day in 2000 but never lived up to the band’s personal expectations in terms of production. Now the band are set to release a new version of the album reworked by Jaime Gomez Arellano and featuring brand new, stylistic artwork.
Today, the band releases the third album trailer, in which singer Nick Holmes and guitarist Greg Mackintosh discuss why some of their pop sounding music from “Host” and “Believe in Nothing” was actually some of their darkest and how they created this bittersweet sound that makes both albums so special.
“Believe In Nothing” will be available as digipack (with two bonus tracks) and for the first time ever, as 180g double-vinyl in three different colours (black, white and the mailorder exclusive bi-coloured black&white). Grab your copy here!
Or get the remastered version of their legendary seventh studio album, “Host”, which was originally recorded in 1999 and re-released in March this year here.