DIAMOND HEAD: No Original Band Reunion Planned!

Despite DIAMOND HEAD's previous announcement that the four original members of the band have been rehearsing and writing together for the first time since 1983, there will not be a reunion IN ANY FORM of the original line-up, according to a clarification statement issued by the group. As previously reported, DIAMOND HEAD mainman Brian Tatler, vocalist Sean Harris and Stourbridge-based singer/songwriter Floyd Brennan (ex-NED'S ATOMIC DUSTBIN) have finished recording a brand new acoustic EP containing new versions of four classic DH numbers for release in the coming weeks through mail order via the group's official web site. Also in the works is a collaboration project between Tatler and MEGADETH leader Dave Mustaine, which is tentatively scheduled to record its debut CD early next year for a late 2002 release through Sanctuary/Metal-Is Records.


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