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Great new release

Somehow I missed discovering Diamond Head until about 6 years ago, but glad I did. I always saw their albums in Tower Records back in the 80's, but never had a chance to hear them until now. They are a band I would have jumped on had I only known. Their first was a masterpiece and covered many times by big bands for a reason. This release is a great effort which sounds familiar, yet fresh at the same time. Their signature sound is there and you hear glimpses of their earlier days without them borrowing too much from themselves. Really enjoying it as the songs are just simply solid. It's one of those albums where I don't think there is any filler. Well done.

They Are Back!!!

Brian Tatler is Diamond Head and Diamond Head is Heavy Metal. After struggling for many years, Tatler was able to put a new band together and with his old sledgehammer riff style that gave them a big name on the NWOBHM they are back with a new album. Probably they're tired of people always comparing their new work with Lightning To The Nations, and this one is still not close enough, but I am sure is their best since the White Album Masterpiece

Biography

Formed: 1976

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Diamond Head's history is certainly among the most peculiar in all of rock. One of the most remarkable talents to arise out of the New Wave of British Heavy Metal, the band's career never fulfilled its early promise, yet their legacy still ranks among the most influential of the genre. Sounds metal editor Geoff Barton (the man who coined the phrase N.W.O.B.H.M. in the first place) once remarked that "there are more good riffs in your average single Diamond Head song than there are in the first four...
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