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DIAMOND HEAD Announce Nov/Dec UK & Ireland Tour Dates!

Brace yourselves UK and Ireland, they're still evil!

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Diamond Head have announced more 2017 UK and Ireland tour dates, kicking off in Dublin on November 23rd and ending in Southampton on December 8th before heading off to Belgium for the Blast from the Past Festival!

Currently in the studio working on the follow up to 2016’s highly praised self titled release, the resurgence of Diamond Head continues…..

From the band:

“We will continue to bring the lightning after we’ve spent some more time in the studio getting the next album together. See you all end of November!!!”

Tour Dates:

November 2017

23rd November – DUBLIN – Fibber Magees, Ireland
24th November – BELFAST – Voodoo Lounge, UK
25th November – LIMERICK – Dolan’s Warehouse, Ireland
30th November – DUNDEE – Beat Generator Live!, UK
December 2017

1st December – EDINBURGH – La Belle Angèle, UK
2nd December – SHEFFIELD HRH Festival @O2 Academy, UK
6th December – LONDON – O2 Academy Islington, UK
7th December – BLISTON – The Robin 2, UK
8th December – SOUTHAMPTON – The 1865, UK

Released via Dissonance Productions last June, Diamond Head was the first album to feature Rasmus Bom Andersen on vocals. Ending an eight-year silence for these New Wave of British Heavy Metal icons, we described the album as “infinitely better than fans could ever have hoped for!”

Formed in 1976, DIAMOND HEAD influenced a slew of early 80s thrash metal bands, in particular Metallica who recorded “Am I Evil” as a b-side to their 1984 “Creeping Death” single and again included it on the band’s multi-platinum 1998 covers album Garage Inc.  Metallica would record three additional DIAMOND HEAD songs – “Helpless” (Garage Days, 1987), “The Prince” (“One” Single b-side, 1989), “It’s Electric” (Garage Inc., 1998).

Dissonance Productions additionally re-issued the band’s Evil Live and Death And Progress albums this year.


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I love metal. Always have. Always will. As editor of Worship Metal - a site dedicated to being as positive about metal and its myriad of sub-genres as possible - my aim is to 'worship' metal through honest reviews, current news and a wide variety of features; offering the same exposure to underground bands as we do to mainstream/well known acts. Our mantra; the bands are partners and we exist to serve the bands \m/

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