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Interview with Antihero Magazine

Diamond Head are a band that have been around the musical block several times and back. Formed in 1976 in England, they are now into their 40th year of making heavy metal. Pioneers of the legendary NWOBHM musical movement, they have even been widely referenced as an influence on Thrash metal legends Metallica. Despite never achieving commercial success, the band has endured through an ever-changing and often difficult musical climate. Band members come and go, but a change of vocalists always polarises the opinion of fans. Ahead of theirBloodstock appearance, I had the opportunity of having a chat with vocalist Rasmus Anderson, in which he discussed the pros and cons of joining a band of leg

Eon Music Interviews Rasmus at Bloodstock 2016

NWOBHM heroes Diamond Head have come a long way since their inception in the late 1970s. As key inspirations to Metallica, who have covered a number of the band’s early tracks, the Stourbridge act have weathered ill-fortune and line-up changes to remain standing in 2016. Back with a new, self-titled album, their first in nine years sees the band re-energised with a new singer, and a fresh outlook that sees them hone in on their early formula for success. We caught up with singer Rasmus Bom Andersen to talk about the album, and the band’s future plans. Read the full article on the Eonmusic website - http://www.eonmusic.co.uk/diamond-head-rasmus-bom-andersen-interview-august-2016.html

Diamond Head headline Bloodstock on the Sophie Lancaster stage

Diamond Head ignited their new album world tour of the UK, Europe, USA and Canada with a high octane headline slot at Bloodstock 2016. The band was on fire through a freight train of a set that offered up some of their new material, as well as the best of the classics and even a track never played live in their 40 year history. Brian Tatler and his muso team were obviously excited to be playing the festival as their last performance there was more than a decade ago. Brian has stated in many interviews that "Bloodstock is the perfect festival for Diamond Head" and it shows. The band was re-energised and the crowd was having the time of their lives singing and sometimes roaring out the legenda


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