DIAMOND HEAD: U.K. Dates Announced

January 14, 2006

NWOBHM (New Wave of British Heavy Metal) legends DIAMOND HEAD have lined up two U.K. dates in March. The group's schedule is now shaping up as follows:

Feb. 18 - Mylos - Thessaloniki, GRE
Feb. 19 - The Underworld - Athens, GRE
Mar. 04 - The Roadhouse – Birmingham, UK
Mar. 11 - Marrs Bar – Worcester, UK

As previously reported, DIAMOND HEAD filmed their November 4, 2005 show at the London Astoria for the band's first-ever live DVD, tentatively due later in the year via Secret Films.

DIAMOND HEAD issued a new studio CD, "All Will Be Revealed", last October via Cargo Records. The CD was produced by Brian Tatler (guitar) and Karl Wilcox (drums).

DIAMOND HEAD's European tour with MEGADETH in early 2005 marked their first outing with new singer Nick Tart and rhythm guitarist Adrian Mills. The band's current lineup is completed by Eddie Moohan (bass).

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