DIAMOND HEAD Mixing New CD, Negotiating Record Deal
Reunited NWOBHM legends DIAMOND HEAD have finished tracking their first full album of new songs since 1993's "Death & Progress" and are currently mixing the effort with producer Andrew Scarth for a tentative late spring/early summer release.
The as-yet-untitled CD — which was recorded at recorded at Mad Hat Studios in Wolverhampton, England — is being described by vocalist Sean Harris as "the best time we have had in the studio since the first album, great songs all of equal quality, lots of love and attitude and it's been great working with really decent human beings like Andrew and [engineer] Mark [Stuart] in the studio."
DIAMOND HEAD are currently in negotiations with a number of interested labels for the release of the upcoming CD and are hoping to launch a worldwide tour in support of the album later in the year.
The complete track listing for the LP is as follows (in no particular order):
01. Shine On Me
02. Forever 16
04. Voodoo Sky
05. The Ferryman
06. Music Box
07. Real Woman
08. It's Alright
11. Medusa's Gaze
12. Heart Of Stone
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