Paradise Lost announce re-release and tour

By February 9, 2011 November 20th, 2016 York

British goth metal pioneers, Paradise Lost, are pleased to announce the re-release of their seminal 1995 album ‘Draconian Times’; 16 years since it first stormed the charts…


Sony Music are re-releasing the colossal Draconian Times through their Grammy-award winning Legacy series; which will feature the entire digitally re-mastered album including a 5.1 Dolby Surround mix in a brand-new collector’s edition digi-pak box-set.

Along with this release the band will be performing their monumental album Draconian Times live at a series of seven exclusive gigs in the following select cities around Europe: Tilberg, Bochum, London, Paris, Athens, and Thessaloniki. The bands front man Nick Holmes had this to say: “Knowing that DT is still considered by many as being among their favourite albums of all time fills me with great pride, and I’m very grateful to have been part of it all and now having the chance to be here again playing it in its entirety is phenomenal. We are all very excited and can’t wait to do the shows live, I really hope we see you all there and you have as much fun as us!”

Due to the nature of these events we will be issuing a small, limited number of VIP packages at all seven concerts. These will include:

VIP laminate and lanyard

The opportunity to meet and greet the band

Have your photo taken with Paradise Lost

Access to a closed sound-check before the gig

Early access to the concert

VIP goody bag

VIP tickets will be exclusively available from the band’s website and are on sale now. Please remember there are a very limited number of these highly sought after tickets available so we urge you to buy early to avoid disappointment. Catch Paradise Lost perform ‘Draconian Times’ in its entirety at the following venues.


18 – Fuzz Club, Athens

19 – Fuzz Club, Athens

20 – Principal Club Theatre, Thessaloniki

29 – Tivoli, Utrecht

30 – Elysee Montmartre, Paris

31 – Zeche, Bochum


1 – HMV Forum, London

London tickets cost £22.50 subject to booking fee. Buy tickets at

Draconian Times’ Legacy Edition will be released through Sony on April 11.


For more information visit the official website.