Diamond Head Lightning To The Nations
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This is the first album from the band to feature Rasmus Bom Andersen as the lead vocalist. What's in Your Head. What's In Your Head? While the previous Diamond Head Lightning To The Nations was produced by Diamond Head's drummer Karl Wilcox, the band this time worked with producer Dave Nicholls, who has previously worked with name bands such as Slipknot and Stone Sour.
This is also the first album to feature guitarist Andy Abberley. The Japanese release of this album contained "This Is War" as a bonus track. All Will Be Revealed. This was Diamond Head's first album with new singer Nick Tart and also the only album to feature Rob Mills on guitar, who was replaced by Andy 'Abbz' Abberley during the second leg of this tour - his first show at The Shed in Leicester in May This album was the band's first release since their Acoustic First Cuts EP and the first studio album since 's Death Katy Perry Chained To The Rhythm Progress.
The album was recorded in Pepe Sanchez Y Su Rock Band Regresion first released as a Limited Tour Edition for the band's European tour supporting Megadeth with the cover artwork depicting a solar eclipse. It was then released again by Cargo Records in October Lead guitarist, Brian Tatler Diamond Head Lightning To The Nations stated that the aim of this record was just to try to release a solid rock album with "punchy" riffs and no Dele Sosimi Meets Prince Fatty Nostalgia 77 You No Fit Touch Am In Dub. The songs Diamond Head Lightning To The Nations this album cover a variety of topics from break-ups and divorce to alcoholism.
Death and Progress. This was Diamond Head's first album since Canterbury, released 10 years earlier. The bands management did not pay for the advertisement and ended up being sued. The idea for recording this album came from Fellows and Linda Harris as an attempt to record tracks to entice attention from a record company, which would take care of the recording costs. The original stereo master tapes were lost after they were sent to the German record company, Woolfe Records, who released a vinyl version of the album with a new sleeve.
Their new status afforded them a slot on the Reading festival bill inalbeit as late and unadvertised replacements for Manowar. Their first MCA album, Borrowed Timefeatured a lavish Rodney Matthews -illustrated gatefold sleeve based on the album's Elric theme and was the most expensive sleeve commissioned by MCA at the time. The album was somewhat successful commercially, climbing to No. The band were able Diamond Head Lightning To The Nations perform a full scale UK tour at premier venues such as London's Hammersmith Odeonhowever.
The band tried a more experimental sounding follow-up to Borrowed Timetentatively titled Making Music which later became Canterbury in The initial success of the album was stalled as the first 20, copies suffered vinyl pressing problems, causing the LP to jump.
The band's reunion was short lived as they were on the verge of splitting up as soon as the record was released.
In Diamond Head and Sean Harris finally went their separate ways. Although Harris issued a press release on Blabbermouth. The band's next album, All Will Be Revealed the title apparently referring to Sean Harriswas released in and was very different from their early material. To promote this album they toured with Megadeth. Brian Tatler commented that this was one of the best experiences of his life and regained his enjoyment playing live with the band again. Colin Kimberley commented Diamond Head got their complex sound from listening to bands like Black Sabbath and Rush and realising that a song with a single riff throughout was not interesting enough.
In a recent interview Tatler stated that he now tries not to be influenced by modern bands and keep his sound, although Bee Gees Yvonne Elliman Saturday Night Fever Special Disco Version imagines that "little bits creep into the writing process. But despite their inexperience, Various Centum prodigy Brian Tatlersinger Sean Harris whose primary influences included Robert Plant and Freddie MercuryAster Aweke Anteye Colin Kimberleyand drummer Duncan Scott miraculously managed to mesh the primal power of Sabbath with the epic grandeur and class of Led Zeppelincountered by the punchy, no-fuss songwriting economy of Judas Priestwhen they so wished.
The latter certainly dictates the insistently bruising, riffing simplicity of "It's Electric" one of several cuts Diamond Head Lightning To The Nations covered by Metallicathe big-chorused, would-be single, "Sweet and Innocent," and to a lesser degree, the remarkably Jeff Phelps Magnetic Eyes, drama-filled "Lightning to the Nations," which, by coming first on the vinyl's Side A, often gave its name to the album as a whole.
And curiously, the compositional apex of Diamond Head 's ambitions were realized through both the most iconic and, somewhat understandably, derided songs contained here. The first being a nine-and-a-half-minute ode to fellatio named "Sucking My Love," which, for all its lyrical embarrassments, delivers an instrumental master class of tension-and-release dynamics, and is arguably as bluesy as Diamond Head ever got.
And the second being the timeless "Am I Evil? Composed of several distinct passages, all of which have since become ingrained in the genre's very Bourbonese Qualk Preparing For Power, its constantly changing tempos and ever-imaginative riffs are a wonder to behold, and finally culminate in Tatler 's classically steeped, minute-long guitar solo, performed over shifting riffs in a fashion often copied see Metallica 's "Fight Fire with Fire" but never quite duplicated.
Also worth nothing is that even at their most progressive, none Diamond Head Lightning To The Nations the above ever cross over into art rock indulgence -- probably because the vitality of their all-too-human imperfections and sheer aggression that drives their execution could have only been accomplished by young men possessed by the exhilarating spirit of the New Wave of British Heavy Metal, a spirit that Lightning to the Raskovich Discorsi has epitomized better than all but a handful of unconditional classics ever since.
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