Diamond Head : ad inizio luglio iniziano a registrare

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Planet Mosh ha realizzato un’intervista con Brian Tatler dei Diamond Head: il chitarrista ha rivelato che la band inizierà a registrare il nuovo album a luglio. Al link qui sotto potete ascoltare l’intervista:

In merito ai piani della band per la registrazione del nuovo studio album, Tatler ha detto:

“We started in January, writing, and we’re gonna start recording next Sunday, the 5th of July. I’m not sure how long it’s gonna take — probably about two months, something like that, on and off. So we’ve been looking at mixing it in September. And so it should be ready after that, but then, of course, you’ve gotta get it out. We’re not sure how we’re gonna release it. And artwork… and there’s all these little… mastering… details that can slow you down.”

Per quanto riguarda il processo di songwriting, ha aggiunto:

“I’ll tell you what we’ve kind of done this time. Definitely with Nick Tart, we adapted the Diamond Head sound a little bit to complement Nick. Because, you know, the singer’s gotta sound good; it’s no good if he’s not comfortable with the songs. So, when Rasmus Bom Andersen joined, he went over all the material and very respectfully learned the parts how they were written: the phrasing, the timing, the tuning… everything as close as possible. Then, when we started to talk about doing a record, he said we should do it sort of like the old style, where you are all in the room together, you write it in the room, you’re not sending files. You know, people can do albums with Pro Tools. We did our last album like that, [by] sending the files. The drums were done in America… So we were not in the same room. And this time we wanted to do it like that. So we’ve been working on the tracks in the rehearsal room around by where we live, in the Midlands, and it sounds so much better for it. It was the old way we used to do it, and we kind of got a brief that, ideally, it should sound like Diamond Head; I mean, it’s pretty obvious, really. But it’s very easy to follow trends and think, ‘This one’s a bit modern,’ and ‘We’re trying to do this,’ and, ‘We’re trying to do that.’ But, I think, ultimately, I try to make a record that sounds like Diamond Head and doesn’t sound like anybody else. It makes perfect sense to me.”


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