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PARADISE IN FLAMES Unleashes Philosophical Fury With New Single “I Feel The Plague”

Paradise In Flames, the extreme philosophical symphonic protester metal outfit hailing from Santa Luzia, Brazil, announces the release of their latest single, “I Feel the Plague”, presented now with a music video. The single is off their seventh album, a concept record, “Blindness”, which comes out on June 14, 2024. With a history rooted in challenging pre-established ideas and pushing musical boundaries, Paradise In Flames continues to captivate audiences with their unique blend of Brazilian bossa nova, death metal, and black metal influences. The band comments on the theme behind the album and single:

“The album tells part of the story of a philosophical work that portrays religion as a psychological illness, illustrating how men become blind in the pursuit of power. “I Feel The Plague”, along with the song “The Cure” is the most death/black on the album, presenting a blend of speed and melody. The lyrics introduce new characters and a crucial point in the plot.”

Formed in 2002 against the backdrop of one of the most brutal metal scenes in the world, Paradise In Flames quickly made their mark with their debut demo “Empire in Ashes” in 2003. Since then, they have embraced their orchestration-oriented sound across seven albums and embarked on a journey to carve out their own path in the metal landscape, defying conventions and embracing extreme philosophical themes.

Following the release of the album, they will be headed out on tour to deliver extreme metal to the masses. Those with an interest in Cradle of Filth, Dimmu Borgir, and Satyricon should make sure to catch them live.

Watch and listen to the music video for “I Feel the Plague” at

“Blindness” will be out on June 14, 2024, and will be available from Xaninho Discos and Demoncratic Records.

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