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Paradise Lost Guitarist Talks ‘Tragic Idol,’ Band’s 20-Year History + More

Liz Ramanand, Loudwire

English progressive doom metal band Paradise Lost recently finished up an amazing trek with the Devin Townsend Project and Katatonia in support of their new record ‘Tragic Idol.’

Loudwire got the opportunity to interview Paradise Lost guitarist Aaron Aedy, who spoke all about the band’s latest record as well as looking back on their first album ‘Lost Paradise,’ which was released over 20 years ago. Aedy also talks about the band’s newest member, drummer Adrian Erlandsson (Cradle of Filth, At the Gates) and why the members of Paradise Lost are friends first and musicians second.

Check Out Our Interview With Paradise Lost Guitarist Aaron Aedy

Check Out Photos of Paradise Lost Performing in New York City

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