|To Heaven from Hell|
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To Heaven from Hell is an EP by British heavy metal band Diamond Head. Although all the songs on the EP were initially released on 1982's Borrowed Time , it is a collection of Diamond Head's early demos from before their debut album Lightning to the Nations was released. The album gives an insight to how the band initially wished their songs to sound before MCA tried to commercialize Diamond Head.
Many of the songs have a much more raw feel about to them compared with their initial appearance on Borrowed Time.
All songs by Harris, Kimberly, Scott, Tatler.
Rising Up is an EP by British heavy metal band Diamond Head released in 1992. The recording stems following Brian Tatler and Sean Harris partnering back again, now with Karl Wilcox on drums and Eddie Chaos on Bass, following a jam session with Metallica. Playing only new material, the band completed a small tour of UK clubs under the pseudonym Dead Reckoning. Following that the band entered the studio to record tracks for the 2-track 12" EP, which was available only at gigs and specialist record shops. The track 'Wild On The Streets' had its origins back in 1978, but it had never been completed or recorded.
Lightning to the Nations is the debut album by British heavy metal band Diamond Head. The album was recorded in 1979 and released in 1980 through Happy Face Records, a label owned by the producer Muff Murfin of The Old Smithy studio of Worcester, due to lack of interest from major labels and the band feeling that they needed to get the ball rolling as other bands from the same era, such as Iron Maiden and Def Leppard, were already becoming big names. It was originally released in a plain white sleeve with no title or track listing, and was subsequently named after the first track on the album. Metal Blade Records re-released it on CD in 1992. In 2001, it was re-issued in its original "White Album" form by Sanctuary Records, featuring seven bonus tracks that were featured on singles and EPs from this era.
Borrowed Time is the second studio album by British heavy metal band Diamond Head. It was recorded in 1981 and released in 1982, reaching Number 24 on the UK Albums Chart.
Canterbury is the third studio album by British heavy metal band Diamond Head. It was recorded and released in 1983, reaching number 32 on the UK Albums Chart.
Diamond Head are an English heavy metal band formed in Stourbridge, West Midlands, in 1976. They were part of the new wave of British heavy metal movement and is acknowledged by bands such as Metallica and Megadeth as a significant early influence.
Discharge are an English hardcore punk band formed in 1977 in Stoke-on-Trent, England. The band is known for influencing several sub-genres of extreme music and their songs have been covered by some of the biggest names in heavy metal and other genres. The musical sub-genre of D-beat is named after Discharge and the band's distinctive drumbeat.
Death and Progress is the fourth studio album by British heavy metal band Diamond Head, released in 1993 through Castle Music.
All Will Be Revealed is the fifth album by British heavy metal band Diamond Head. 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, England in May 2006. This album was the band's first release since their 2002 Acoustic First Cuts EP and the first studio album since 1993's Death and Progress.
"The Evil That Men Do" is a song by the English heavy metal band Iron Maiden. It is the band's seventeenth single and the second from their seventh studio album, Seventh Son of a Seventh Son (1988). The single debuted at number six in the UK charts and quickly rose to number five. The single's B-sides are re-recordings of "Prowler" and "Charlotte the Harlot" which appear as tracks number one and seven/eight respectively on the band's debut album Iron Maiden.
"Am I Evil?" is a song by British heavy metal band Diamond Head. Released on the band's 1980 debut album Lightning to the Nations, it remains the band's signature song. The song was written by lead vocalist Sean Harris and guitarist Brian Tatler and released by Happy Face Records, a label owned by the producer Muff Murfin of The Old Smithy studio of Worcester, England.
Heaven's Basement were an English rock band formed in 2008 and signed with Red Bull Records. Band members included Aaron Buchanan (vocals), Sid Glover, Rob Ellershaw, and Chris Rivers (drums). The band split up in January 2017.
Heaven & Hell was a British-American heavy metal supergroup active from 2006 to 2010, featuring guitarist Tony Iommi, bassist Geezer Butler, vocalist Ronnie James Dio and drummer Vinny Appice.
Temple of Blood is an American Christian metal band based out of Huntsville, Alabama. Musically, they are influenced by the thrash metal music of bands like Annihilator and Megadeth and the traditional heavy metal music by bands such as Iron Maiden and Judas Priest. The band's name is derived from 1 Corinthians 6:19 and according to the band's vocalist: "the idea of our bodies being temples of flesh and blood to God".
Behold the Beginning is a compilation album by the heavy metal band Diamond Head. It was released after their poorly received Canterbury album and subsequent break-up and is composed mostly of tracks from the band's first album, Lightning to the Nations, as well as the non-LP single "Waited Too Long" and its B-side "Play It Loud". The album was remixed by the band's guitarist, Brian Tatler.
Am I Evil is a compilation album by British heavy metal band Diamond Head. It was released in 1987 by FM-Revolver Records before being re-released by Heavy Metal Records in 1994.
The Friday Night Rock Show Sessions / Live at Reading is a live album by British heavy metal band Diamond Head, released in 1992 as part of an official series of similar, radio-archive releases by several bands released with Raw Fruit Records. The Reading Festival performance was later included as part of a selection of bonus live tracks on The MCA Years, while the entire album was included on the compilation Live at the BBC.
Live – In the Heat of the Night is a live album by British heavy metal band Diamond Head, recorded at the Wolverhampton Wulfrun Hall during their 1991 comeback tour. It was originally a video bootleg, but was released on the insistence of their manager Steve Guard in 2000, in tribute to the band's live sound after their breakup after the Death and Progress album in 1994. It contains a thank-you note from vocalist Sean Harris on the inner sleeve. The band ended up reforming in late 2000 to perform some acoustic numbers in order to promote this album with Floyd Brennan ending in the release of the First Cuts EP.
"Shoot Out the Lights" is a single by British heavy metal band Diamond Head released in 1980 by Happy Face Records, the band's own label. It was a single A-side with "Shoot Out the Lights" and "Helpless" as the B-side, and was only available on 7", without a picture sleeve in order to reduce production costs.
Four Cuts is an EP by heavy metal band Diamond Head and was released in 1982. It was a double A-side with "Call Me" and "Trick or Treat", and was released by MCA. The EP also contained "Dead Reckoning" and a re-recorded version of "Shoot Out the Lights" as the two B-sides. This was the band's first release on a major label, and was designed to be a taster for their second album.
Call Me is an EP by British heavy metal band Diamond Head, released in 1982 by MCA. It was a single A-side featuring "Call Me", with "Dead Reckoning" as the B-Side. The French release was only available on 7".