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Paradise Lost (UK)

Paradise Lost (formed in 1988 in Halifax, UK) began as one of the premier bands of the death doom metal genre (along with their former Peaceville labelmates Anathema and My Dying Bride) and pioneered the sound of early gothic metal. In the late 1990s they evolved to a more mainstream synth rock style, only to come full-circle back to their doom metal and gothic metal roots on recent releases.

Ironically, the band is almost unknown in their home country, whereas in mainland Europe they have been extremely popular for many years, especially in Greece, Germany and Bulgaria, where they are regarded as mainstream rock stars. Although they are best known for pioneering gothic metal, throughout their career the band have also confou...

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Lucifer (UK)

The name Lucifer could refer to one of several acts (arranged chronologically by date of inception):

1) Pseudonym for Canadian electronic musician Mort Garson. Released one record in 1971, Black Mass, before switching his moniker to Ataraxia.

2) Dutch Pop group formed in 1972 (1972-1978) in Loosdrecht, NL with Margriet Eshuys as singer. Their biggest success was "House for Sale". Producer: Hans Vermeulen, songwriters: Gloria Sklerov/Harry Lloyd, Drums: Hennie Huisman, Bass: Dick Buysman.

3) German doom metal band formed in 2014 after the split of The Oath by singer Johanna Sadonis and featuring Gaz Jennings (Cathedral, Death Penalty).

4) A short lived Hard Rock band that released an album in 1...

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