PARADISE's New Music Video Question's Identity In World Chaos "Who Do You Wanna Be" Saturday September 12 2020, 6:56 PM
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PARADISE's New Music Video Question's Identity In World Chaos "Who Do You Wanna Be"


L-R - Fred Crew Grr (Guitar), Matt Hias (Drums), Fred Kelly (Bass), R.L. Black (Vocals), Frank Kelly ( Lead Guitar)
Photo Credit – R.L.Black



Like many musicians and bands, members of Montreal's heavy stoner rockers  Paradise  are citizens of the globe. They have been observing life with the Covid 19 pandemic along with social and political unrest in various parts of the world. In an artistic commentary, the band has taken their track  "Who Do You Wanna Be"  off their latest self-titled album and created a new music video questioning our identity during global uncertainty. 

The band comments:

” We’ve always been about partying and rock and roll, but there comes a time when you have to ask yourself: WTF am I doing, and how did we get here. This video suggests that it is time to take a good long look in the mirror.”


Watch  "Who Do You Wanna Be"  on SpaceUntravel's YouTube Channel  HERE .

Back in the summer of 2002, co-founders and fellow guitar players, Frank Kelly and Jet Phil recruited good friends Mike Plant (Sword) and drum god Michel “Away” Langevin (Voivod) to release Paradises 1st album “Rock Anthropologists on the Kon Tiki Voyage”. Summer of 2004, the usual suspects were rounded-up including a collaboration of Voivod’s late but great Denis “Piggy” D’Amour to work on Paradise’s follow-up record “Hotel”. Now in 2020, composed of Frank Kelly (guitars), Fred Kelly (bass), RL Black (vocals), Fred Crew Grrr (guitars) and Mat Hias (drums), Paradise, like a phoenix that is reborn from its ashes, have released a new eponymous album that sways on the line between hard stoner rock and pure heavy metal that was mixed and mastered by Kevin Jardine of  Slaves On Dope. From the opening piece and future classic “Straight From Hell” to the album closer “Free in Exile”, Paradise delivers an album where the balance between catchy riffs, attitude, intensity, and melodies is perfect.

Paradise 's self-titled album is available for stream and download on  Spotify Bandcamp , and  Apple Music .

Music Video  "Straight From Hell"   YouTube
Music Video  "Hitting On All Sixes"   YouTube
"Away From You"   (Quarantine Van Video)  YouTube
"One of A Kind"  (Quarantine Van Video)  YouTube


Track Listing:
1. Straight From Hell (3:37)
2. Hitting On All Sixes (3:53)
3. Who Do You Wanna Be (3:35)
4. One Of A Kind (4:34)
5. Never Cry Again (3:33)
6. Low Down And Shaking (4:59)
7. Barn Burner (3:37)
8. Long Gone (2:54)
9. Away From You (3:30)
10. Free In Exile (4:03)
Album Length: 38:20

Album and Live Band Line Up:
Fred Crew Grr - Guitar
Fred Kelly - Bass
R.L. Black - Vocals
Matt Hias - Drums
Frank Kelly - Lead Guitar


For more info:
Paradiserockband.com
Facebook.com/paradiserockmtl
Instagram.com/paradiserockmtl  
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“Fans of melodic heavy rock, there’s a new sheriff in town!” – Jano Lapin
“Solid, driving Hard Rock from the quagmires of Quebec!” – Reek Of STOOM
“Brilliant from start to finish !” – Stoner Rock Army
“A record that growls like a hungry beast” – ARP Média  

"The synergy of this quintet gives the listener a proper kick in the ass needed to remember why we fell in love with the format. They also lend proof as to why heavy metal is the cornerstone of the myriad of hard rock subgenres. Blistering guitar riffs, thundering drums, and of course ample swipes at stuffy establishment rules." - Boston Rock Radio

"The album opens with “Straight From Hell” and it is an adrenaline high. It is an unmistakable straight forward rock construction of verse-bridge-chorus, repeat, repeat, and the dial is set on stadium anthem. RL Black’s vocals are about as rock and roll as you can get – strong clean singing with a gruff edge. The lead breaks are short to fit in with the song structure, and they are pretty metal. I like the brand they have going here. It is great driving music, great drinking music. I would be stoked to see Paradise on the list of bands at a festival because you can just feel from these songs that they are going to put on a good show on stage."  - Flying Fiddlesticks Music Blog
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