DIAMOND REXX Return With 'The Evil'

September 20, 2002

DIAMOND REXX are back and have a new album hitting stores via Phoenix, Arizona's Crash Music. The group, whose roots go back to the metal days of the early 90's and who once packed venues around the country, reformed in 2001 and have spent the last several months writing and recording what has become The Evil.

Adult web-cam model, Raven, adorns the cover of the new REXX CD, which was recorded at Pumpkin Studios. Studio owner Gary Loizzo (STYX) co-produced the project with Crash Music's Mark Nawara. The CD will be released nationwide on November 5th and a music video for the first single, "Sick", begins shooting this month.

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