Diamond Head (2)

Brian Tatler, Nick Tart, Karl Wilcox, Andy Abberley

Also known as Diamond Head / ダイヤモンド・ヘッド
Members of Diamond Head (2): Adrian Mills, Brian Tatler, Colin Kimberley, Duncan Scott, Eddie Moohan, Karl Wilcox, Nick Tart, Pete Vuckovic, Robbie France, Sean Harris
This performer (group) in the Internet: http://www.diamond-head.net/, http://nwobhm.info/nwobhm/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=207&Itemid=42, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Diamond_Head_(band)

Discography of Diamond Head (2):

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 All Will Be Revealed 12 Audio 2005-02-00 Diamond Head (Music) Ltd.
2 Canterbury 9 Audio 1983 MCA Records
3 Borrowed Time 7 Audio 1982 MCA Records
4 Waited Too Long 2 Audio 1981 DHM Records
5 Canterbury 9 Audio 1983 MCA Records
6 Four Cuts 4 Audio 1982 MCA Records
7 Behold The Beginning 10 Audio 1987 Metal Blade Records
8 Helpless 8 Audio 1995-06-20 Masonic Records
9 Makin' Music 8 Audio 1991 Black Ghost Record (2)
10 Four Cuts 4 Audio 1982 MCA Records
11 Out Of Phase 2 Audio 1983 MCA Records
12 Out Of Phase 2 Audio 1983-09-00 MCA Records
13 Sweet & Innocent 2 Audio 1980-08-00
14 Borrowed Time 7 Audio 1982 MCA Records
15 Lightning To The Nations 7 Audio 1993-12-09 Metal Blade Records
16 Behold The Beginning 10 Audio 1987 Metal Blade Records
17 Am I Evil 8 Audio 1987 FM
18 Shoot Out The Lights 2 Audio 1980-03-00 Happy Face Records
19 The Best Of Diamond Head 13 Audio 1999 Half Moon
20 4 Track Sampler 4 Audio Bronze Records (2)
21 Behold The Beginning 10 Audio 1987
22 Borrowed Time 7 Audio 1982 MCA Records
23 Diamond Lights 4 Audio 1981 DHM Records
24 Am I Evil 8 Audio 1999 Chrisly Records
25 Death & Progress 10 Audio 1993
26 Makin' Music 4 Audio 1983 MCA Records
27 Lightning To The Nations 7 Audio 2004 Earmark
28 Canterbury 9 Audio 1983 MCA Records
29 Borrowed Time 7 Audio 1982 MCA Records
30 Behold The Beginning 10 Audio 1991 Metal Blade Records
31 In The Heat Of The Night 2 Audio 1982 MCA Records
32 Borrowed Time 7 Audio 1982 MCA Records
33 Lightning To The Nations 16 Audio 1997 High Vaultage
34 To Heaven From Hell 5 Audio 1997 Metal Blade Records
35 Death & Progress 10 Audio 1993
36 Borrowed Time / 偽りの時 7 Audio 1992-12-16 MCA Records
37 Canterbury 9 Audio 1983 MCA Records
38 Diamond Nights 15 Audio 2007-02-28 Metal Blade Records
39 Lightning To The Nations 7 Audio 1980-10-03 Happy Face Records
40 Borrowed Time 7 Audio 1982 MCA Records
41 Borrowed Time 14 Audio 2011-12-21
42 Borrowed Time 7 Audio 1989-06-10 MCA Records
43 Lightning To The Nations 16 Audio 2011 Universal UMC
44 Live At The BBC 23 Audio 2010 Polydor
45 Canterbury 13 Audio 2008-05-07 Geffen Records
46 Borrowed Time 15 Audio 2008-05-07 Geffen Records
47 Canterbury 9 Audio 1992
48 Borrowed Time 7 Audio 1982 MCA Records
49 Lightning To The Nations 7 Audio 1993-12-09 Metal Blade Records
50 Live In The Heat Of The Night 24 Audio 2000 Zoom Club Records


English heavy-metal band formed in Stourbridge in 1976 by guitarist Brian Tatler and drummer Duncan Scott, and one of the first bands classed as NWOBHM, or New Wave of British Heavy Metal. They are also perhaps best known as one of the main influences on Metallica (and to some extent Megadeth).

Long-time vocalist Sean Harris joined shortly after the band's formation. The band released their first album in 1980 after a series of singles and independent demos, and continued releasing material and touring until their first breakup in 1985.

The band reformed again in 1991, and released the [i]Death & Progress[/i] album. However, the band was close to breaking up just after the record's release and eventually did in 1994, not reforming again until 2000. They released the [i]Acoustic Cuts EP[/i] but again broke up (due to Harris' problems with the rest of the band) in 2004.

In 2004 the band brought in replacement singer Nick Tart, and recorded their first full album in years entitled [i]All Will Be Revealed[/i], released in 2005. They toured with Megadeth throughout the year, also appearing at an anniversary concert for the NWOBHM scene at the London Astoria. In 2006 they also released both a live album and their first DVD, and started writing their 2nd album with Nick Tart. [i]What's In Your Head?[/i] was released in 2007 and the band supported the album on tour with Thin Lizzy across Europe.


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