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* RevengeBallad: "Am I Evil?" (also [[CoverVersion covered]] by Music/{{Metallica}}), about a man seeking vengeance for [[BurnTheWitch the burning of his mother as a witch]] and losing himself in the process.


* NewWaveOfBritishHeavyMetal: An early pioneer, but never quite achieved the same success as Iron Maiden and Judas Priest.

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* NewWaveOfBritishHeavyMetal: An early pioneer, but never quite achieved the same success as Iron Maiden and Judas Priest.Priest.
* ThrashMetal: Speedy tracks like "The Prince" and "Helpless" play like the missing link between NWOBHM and Thrash. All of the "Big Four of Thrash Metal" have recorded "Am I Evil?" at one point or another, most famously Metallica on ''Garage Inc.''

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Brian Tatler – lead guitar, rhythm guitar, backing vocals (1976–1985, 1991–1994, 2000–present)
Karl Wilcox – drums (1991–1994, 2002–present)
Andy "Abbz" Abberley – rhythm guitar (2006–present)
Rasmus Bom Andersen – lead vocals (2014–present)
Dean Ashton - bass guitar, backing vocals (2016–present)
Duncan Scott – drums (1976–1983)
Sean Harris – lead vocals, rhythm guitar (1976–1985, 1990–1994, 2000–2004)
Colin Kimberley – bass, backing vocals (1976–1983)
Mervyn Goldsworthy – bass (1983–1984)
Josh Phillips – keyboard (1983–1984)
Robbie France – drums (1983–1985; died 2012)
Dave Williamson – bass (1984–1985)
Pete Vuckovic – bass, backing vocals (1992–1994)
Floyd Brennan – rhythm guitar, backing vocals (2000–2002)
Adrian Mills – rhythm guitar (2003–2006)
Nick Tart – lead vocals (2004–2014)
Eddie Moohan – bass, backing vocals (1991–1992, 2002–2016)


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* Brian Tatler – lead guitar, rhythm guitar, backing vocals (1976–1985, 1991–1994, 2000–present)
* Karl Wilcox – drums (1991–1994, 2002–present)
* Andy "Abbz" Abberley – rhythm guitar (2006–present)
* Rasmus Bom Andersen – lead vocals (2014–present)
* Dean Ashton - bass guitar, backing vocals (2016–present)
* Duncan Scott – drums (1976–1983)
* Sean Harris – lead vocals, rhythm guitar (1976–1985, 1990–1994, 2000–2004)
* Colin Kimberley – bass, backing vocals (1976–1983)
* Mervyn Goldsworthy – bass (1983–1984)
* Josh Phillips – keyboard (1983–1984)
* Robbie France – drums (1983–1985; died 2012)
* Dave Williamson – bass (1984–1985)
* Pete Vuckovic – bass, backing vocals (1992–1994)
* Floyd Brennan – rhythm guitar, backing vocals (2000–2002)
* Adrian Mills – rhythm guitar (2003–2006)
* Nick Tart – lead vocals (2004–2014)
* Eddie Moohan – bass, backing vocals (1991–1992, 2002–2016)


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->''"Am I evil? Yes I am!\\
Am I Evil? I am man, yes I am!"''
-->-- '''"Am I Evil?"'''

Diamond Head are an English heavy metal band formed in 1976 in Stourbridge, England. Led by guitarist Brian Tatler, the band is recognized as one of the leading members of the NewWaveOfBritishHeavyMetal and is acknowledged by thrash metal bands such as Metallica and Megadeth as an important early influence.

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!!Principal Members (Founding members in '''bold''', current members in ''italic''.)

Brian Tatler – lead guitar, rhythm guitar, backing vocals (1976–1985, 1991–1994, 2000–present)
Karl Wilcox – drums (1991–1994, 2002–present)
Andy "Abbz" Abberley – rhythm guitar (2006–present)
Rasmus Bom Andersen – lead vocals (2014–present)
Dean Ashton - bass guitar, backing vocals (2016–present)
Duncan Scott – drums (1976–1983)
Sean Harris – lead vocals, rhythm guitar (1976–1985, 1990–1994, 2000–2004)
Colin Kimberley – bass, backing vocals (1976–1983)
Mervyn Goldsworthy – bass (1983–1984)
Josh Phillips – keyboard (1983–1984)
Robbie France – drums (1983–1985; died 2012)
Dave Williamson – bass (1984–1985)
Pete Vuckovic – bass, backing vocals (1992–1994)
Floyd Brennan – rhythm guitar, backing vocals (2000–2002)
Adrian Mills – rhythm guitar (2003–2006)
Nick Tart – lead vocals (2004–2014)
Eddie Moohan – bass, backing vocals (1991–1992, 2002–2016)


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!!Studio Discography:

* ''Lightning to the Nations'' (1980)
* ''Borrowed Time'' (1982)
* ''Canterbury'' (1983)
* ''Death and Progress'' (1993)
* ''All Will Be Revealed'' (2005)
* ''What's in Your Head?'' (2007)
* ''Diamond Head'' (2016)

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!!This band provides examples of:

* NewWaveOfBritishHeavyMetal: An early pioneer, but never quite achieved the same success as Iron Maiden and Judas Priest.

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