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Canada’s Diemonds have announced the release of their new album, Never Wanna Die, available August 14th. The hard rock outfit locked themselves in the studio with Juno award winning producer Eric Ratz (Monster Truck, Billy Talent) to meticulously craft the follow-up to their debut record, The Bad Pack.

 

"Working with Eric Ratz was a rad experience for us. We've never had the chance to work with a producer and he definitely helped us find the best way to showcase our new songs. We've come a long way since the last record, so we can't wait to get this album out there!" - C.C. Diemond

 

The band has most recently licensed a deal with Entertainment One (eOne Music Canada) through Underground Operations for Canadian release and is amped to get back to doing what they do best, hitting the road. They will kick off this cycle by premiering numerous tracks at their Canadian Music Week headline show, Midnight Friday, May 8th at The Hideout, 484 Queen W, Toronto ON. Album pre-sale info is coming soon.

 

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Tracklisting:

 

“Never Wanna Die”
“Hell Is Full”
“Over It”
“Ain’t That Kinda Girl”
“Secret”
“Better Off Dead”
“Forever Untamed”
“Wild At Heart”
“Meet Your Maker”
“Save Your Life”

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Oh, yes! I was just talking about this band with my brother the other day. Saying they better be working on a new album, so this is good news.

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Mid August release date still on track... Priya is now fronting an all female band called She Demons. They will be opening some shows on the current MisFits tour.

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Mid August release date still on track... Priya is now fronting an all female band called She Demons. They will be opening some shows on the current MisFits tour.

Nice. I'll have to check that out. Priya has such good stage presence. And it doesn't hurt that she's fine as hell. Seriously, where can I find a fine-ass apni that loves to Rock on the West coast?

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I just found out that they are Canadian...loved the last release and am looking forward to the new one...

 

Streets behind, my friend. You are streets behind.

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The new Diemonds CD has been released worldwide. Great stuff... check it out if you like female fronted Rock/Metal.

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My order has been delayed, but I listened to Dead Planet's post before it was taken down. Really good release.

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