PARADISE LOST: 'In Requiem' European Chart Positions Revealed

British gothic metal pioneers PARADISE LOST have achieved the following first-week chart positions with their 11th studio opus, "In Requiem":

Germany: #12
Austria: #28
Switzerland: #41
France: #43
Sweden: #33
Finland: #19

The album was released as a standard jewel-case CD and in two strictly limited formats:

* Limited digipak CD in a beautiful black velvet coated box including two bonus tracks. The digipak version is not available as a separate format; it is exclusively obtainable with the box! Limited to 25,000 copies worldwide!

* Limited 4x7" vinyl box including three bonus tracks, poster and the entire album in CD format as bonus. You can be sure that this special treat for every vinyl lover is destined to be a sought-after collector's item as it is limited to 2,000 copies worldwide!


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