DIAMOND HEAD: Nuneaton Show Cancelled
NWOBHM (New Wave of British Heavy Metal) legends DIAMOND HEAD have issued the following update:
"Unfortunately, the show in Nuneaton (England) on Saturday, May 3rd has been cancelled.
"The promoter has cancelled this show after trying to renegotiate the terms intially agreed at such a late stage and this was totally unworkable for the band.
"We apologise to any fans in the area looking to attend for this inconvenience."
DIAMOND HEAD's next performance will now take place on Sunday, May 4 at The Junction in York, England.
Geffen has set a May 7 Japanese release date for a two-album DIAMOND HEAD cardboard sleeve reissue series featuring the following LPs:
* "Borrowed Time" (1982)
* "Canterbury" (1983)
Each cardboard sleeve reissue features a high-quality SHM-CD disc (playable on standard CD players).
"Skin on Skin", the new video from DIAMOND HEAD, can be viewed below. The track comes off the group's new album, "What's In Your Head?", which was released on July 30 2007. The CD was previously described by the band as "a powerful but varied collection of songs." The album includes the song "Reign Supreme", which is said to be "the heaviest track DIAMOND HEAD have recorded since 'Am I Evil?'"
DIAMOND HEAD recently supported THIN LIZZY on 14 dates of their UK tour.
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