NWOBHM (New Wave of British Heavy Metal) legends DIAMOND HEAD, ANTHRAX guitarist Scott Ian, ex-WHITESNAKE axeman Bernie Marsden, GMT (GUY-MCCOY-TORME; which features Irish guitarist Bernie Torme alongside ex-GILLAN bassist John McCoy and drummer Robin Guy) and Michael Angelo Batio are among the scheduled performers at the Guitarfest, set to take place October 13-14 at Cocks Moor Woods Leisure Centre in Birmingham, England.
DIAMOND HEAD will perform a 30-minute set at the event beginning at 12:30 in the afternoon on October 14 as they have an evening show in Bristol the same day.
Professionally filmed video footage of DIAMOND HEAD performing its new song "This Planet and Me" can be viewed below. The track comes off the group's long-awaited new album, "What's In Your Head?", which was released on July 30.
"What's In Your Head?" was previously described by the band as "a powerful but varied collection of songs." The CD includes the song "Reign Supreme", which is said to be "the heaviest track DIAMOND HEAD have recorded since 'Am I Evil?'"
For list of upcoming DIAMOND HEAD shows, click here.
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