DIAMOND HEAD Guitarist Produces ONEPOINTTWENTYONE
DIAMOND HEAD guitarist Brian Tatler recently spent time in a recording studio producing a U.K. band called ONEPOINTTWENTYONE. A previous ONEPOINTTWENTYONE demo track, titled "Elf", can be downloaded at this location. No further information is available at this time.
DIAMOND HEAD completed work on their first full album of new songs since 1993's "Death & Progress" earlier this year and are currently looking to secure the right deal to ensure that the album is given "the best marketing, promotion and distribution possible." The as-yet-untitled CD — which was recorded at recorded at Mad Hat Studios in Wolverhampton, England with producer/engineer producer Andrew Scarth — is being described by vocalist Sean Harris as full of "great songs all of equal quality, lots of love and attitude."
In other news, Harris guests on vocals on the two new studio albums from Gary Hughes. The two CDs are called "Once & Future King" part 1 & part 2. Sean plays the character of Galahad and appears on two tracks. The first is called "Sinner", which appears on CD1. The second track is called "Without You" and appears on CD2.
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