Paradise Lost is the tenth studio album by British heavy metal band Paradise Lost. It was recorded between January and June 2004 at Chapel Studios, Lincolnshire and Hollypark Lane, Los Angeles; it was mixed and mastered at Green Jacket Studios.
Although not officially, this is the first album with Jeff Singer (his official full-time membership in the band was on "The Enemy" single from the In Requiem album), who came after when the band was ready to release this album on an earlier date but postponed when they had no drummer. The band had songs such as "Sedative God", which was written for this album but did not end up on any of the releases of this album (such as singles) but instead ended up on the aforementioned album, while other songs such as "Through the Silence" and "Sanctimonious You", although not released on any of the reissues of this album, ended up being on the "Forever After" single CD and the B-Sides & Rarities album. The aforementioned single also has a music video which features Jeff Singer in the line-up.