Diemonds Unleash “Get The Fuck Outta Here” Video
November 2, 2012
Canadian hard rockers Diemonds have released a new music video for the single “Get The Fuck Outta Here” from the album ‘The Bad Pack’, released on October 2nd through Underground Operations.
‘The Bad Pack’ finds the balance between retro and modern by paying attention to neither: this is timeless rock for the timeless rockers. From the opening blast of “Take On The Night” to the assured swagger of “Get The Fuck Outta Here”, Diemonds are in top form. After countless tours and opening slots for the likes of Slash, L.A. Guns, Teenage Head, and Steel Panther — Diemonds have harnessed the spirit of their forefathers to create, simply put, a fucking solid rock record.
“we recorded the album and for a long time we’ve been shopping it around to different labels and different people,” guitarist C.C. Diemond told SleazeRoxx.com in a recent interview. “We’ve had quite a few offers from labels all over the world, big and small, and we finally decided to work with Underground Operations because they’re a Canadian label that understands the needs and demands of being a Canadian band. They’ve always worked with progressive underground artists, hence their name, and so they kind of got what we were trying to do. It’s a very, very friendly relationship.”
“‘The Bad Pack’ took a long time to make, not due to any fault of anyone, just the way we made it was sort of on our own budget so we had to figure out interesting and creative ways to record,” continued Diemond. “That meant picking different locations, and as it says in the liner notes various flophouses throughout Toronto which is entirely true. It took four or five different actual studios to get the whole thing done and a lot of different people — a lot of friends pitched in and helped out with the recording process because we were working on a budget. There’s priority for some people so we had to wait for some of the engineers and stuff so that we could get the thing done with the right people, but we are really happy with the product. All the people that worked in it — Jon Drew, Eric Ratz, Kenny Luong, even Harry Hess from Harem Scarem was the guy who mastered it — yeah, it took a little while but it’s finally done and we’re really excited.”
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