Diamond Head Sign With Dave Mustaine’s Thrashville Management

Diamond Head have signed a new management deal with Dave Mustaine’s (Megadeth) Thrashville Management. The band made the below Instagram post regarding that:

Breaking News, Christmas came early for Diamond Head this year…. We are beyond excited to share with you all that Dave Mustaine (Megadeth), Justis Mustaine and Dan Nozell, partners in Thrashville Management, have asked us to join their family, we look forward to a fruitful collaborative partnership.  With much mutual respect, we are happy to accept their offer to manage the band. Thrashville Mgmt. was started in 2016 when founder Dave Mustaine (Megadeth and Metallica alumni), and Justis Mustaine (form. With Maverick Mgmt, Laffitte Mgmt, 10th St. Mgmt) met CTK founder Danny Nozell, and they commenced managing VIMIC (feat. Joey Jordison) in 2017. See you all next year and have an evil Christmas and NYE! For updates and news subscribe to our mailing list or follow us on: https://www.diamondheadofficial.com/ https://www.facebook.com/DiamondHeadOfficial/ https://www.instagram.com/diamond_head_official/ https://twitter.com/DH_Diamond_Head #thrashville #mustaine #management #megadeth #2018 #lighningtothenations #amievil #newalbum

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Diamond Head Announce 2016 North American Tour

Diamond Head have announced a North American tour. Check out the dates below.


Tour Dates:

Nov. 02 – Slim’s – San Francisco, CA
Nov. 03 – Whisky A Go Go – Hollywood, CA
Nov. 04 – LVCS – Las Vegas, NV
Nov. 05 – Brick By Brick – San Diego, CA
Nov. 10 – Grizzly Hall – Austin, TX
Nov. 11 – Concert Pub North – Houston, TX
Nov. 12 – Rock Box – San Antonio, TX
Nov. 13 – Trees – Dallas, TX
Nov. 17 – Sellersville Theater – Sellersville, PA
Nov. 18 – Fish Head Cantina – Baltimore, MD
Nov. 19 – The Chance – Poughkeepsie, NY
Nov. 20 – Webster Hall’s Marlin Room – New York, NY
Nov. 21 – Bug Jar – Rochester, NY
Nov. 22 – Katacombes – Montreal, QC
Nov. 23 – Brass Monkey – Ottawa, ON
Nov. 24 – Garrison – Toronto, ON
Nov. 25 – Token Lounge – Detroit, MI
Nov. 26 – Tailgators – Chicago, IL
Nov. 27 – Metal Grill – Milwaukee, WI

Diamond Head Stream New Self-Titled Album In Full

Diamond Head are streaming their new self-titled album in its entirety, via Noisey. The effort will officially be released on April 22. This is the first new material from the band in eight years, and is the first album to feature new vocalist Rasmus Bom Andersen.

Click the LINK to go to the stream.


Diamond Head To Release New Self-Titled Album In March

Diamond Head have announced that they will be releasing a new self-titled album on March 11. This is the first new material from the band in eight years, and is the first album to feature new vocalist Rasmus Bom Andersen.


Track Listing:

01. “Bones”
02. “Shout At The Devil”
03. “Set My Soul On Fire”
04. “See You Rise”
05. “All The Reasons You Live”
06. “Wizards Sleeve”
07. “Our Time Is Now”
08. “Speed”
09. “Blood On My Hands”
10. “Diamonds”
11. “Silence”

Nick Tart Quits Diamond Head

Vocalist, Nick Tart has parted ways with Diamond Head. He said he feels like it’s time to “move on”, and that their was no “urge” to create a new album, even though he wanted to. He also said part of the problem was his move which made things “more difficult.”


Tart issued the following statement:

“After 11 years of being the singer for Diamond Head I now feel it’s time for me to move on. As most are aware they have already started the October tour with a replacement singer and I wish them nothing but the very best. I haven’t heard the new guy yet but I’m sure he will be great; Brian has good quality control over Diamond Head and I don’t believe he would continue touring unless he had found a singer who could pull it off. They are a very powerful band to front, so the best of luck to him, no doubt I will be snooping into you tube to see what they sound like.

I was hoping to pen a third album, but making new music with the band became limited; Brian mentioned he had no interest in making a new album, he didn’t feel the urge, which I can totally understand. He’s been doing it for a long time, but if there is no urge to make a new album, then an album doesn’t belong. I made things even more difficult by moving to the other side of the world.

After living in Brisbane for nearly 6 years now, I’ve been very fortunate to still be able to fly to the UK and US for tours, thanks to hard work and determination of Karl Wilcox our drummer, without him there’s quite a lot that wouldn’t have been possible for DH. When Diamond Head get offered work, festivals for example, they should be in a position to say yes, without worrying about all the hassle it will take to get me involved.

I’m very proud of the 2 albums I have written and recorded with DH and the touring we have done was way beyond my expectations, especially performing at Knebworth with Metallica. I have had some fantastic times, the guys in DH are so grounded which made the tours such a joyful ride, and we have had some laughs.

I now have my own band here in Brisbane; it’s taken me a long time to find someone to connect with musically, but I’m now writing new material and things are shaping up nicely. I’m getting quite excited, so I now need to move forward.

Love and thanks to those DH fans that accepted and encouraged me when I first joined the band and have followed us ever since, you know who you are.”