English metallers PARADISE LOST have released the lyric video for their first single, The Longest Winter off their upcoming album Medusa.
Watch the video for The Longest Winter below:
“I read a story about how wildlife was once beginning to flourish in the 30 mile exclusion zone after the Chernobyl disaster in 1986 – particularly the wolf population,” Nick Holmes (vocalist) explains the background of the song. “It was nice to think that that no matter how much mankind tried to fuck the planet up directly or indirectly, life carries on in some shape or form. But humans are humans and I recently heard that there is already now ‘timed’ hunting trips organised into the exclusion zone…”
Catch PARADISE LOST at one of the following festivals or on their European tour!
14-15 July Gävle – Gefle Metal Festival
21 July Katowice – Metal Hammer Festival
22 July Esslingen – River-Side Festival
3-5 August Wacken – Wacken Open Air
11 August Graz – Metal on the Hill
13 August Kortrijk – Alcatraz Festival
18-20 August Saint-Nolff – Motocultor Festival
25-26 August Wörrstadt – Neuborn Open Air
Medusa is set for release September 1 via Nuclear Blast Records
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