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L.A. Guns - 'Diamonds' (official music video)

Wrong turn cause you’re missing the signs
Can’t see from the tears in your eyes
Long talks but the voice isn’t mine
You say it’s really over this time

And you lock me out again
I got no right to be upset
No, I don’t

And I know you feel the pain
Cause I know this time I’m the one to blame

Even though you think it’s been little too, little too long
I promise I’ll be the man you want today
No, a broken glass can’t carry the weight
But that broken glass can shine like a diamond

I know we’re broken but we shine like a diamond now
We can shine
Shine with me
I know we’re broken but we shine like a diamond now

L.A. Guns - 'Black Diamonds'
Full length album νούμερο 14 (16 αν συνυπολογίσουμε και τους δύο δίσκους με διασκευές) για τους L.A. Guns. "Black Diamonds" ο τίτλος και έχει προγραμματισθεί να κυκλοφορήσει στην "καρδιά" της άνοιξης από την δισκογραφική εταιρεία Frontiers Music Srl, η οποία μας δίνει -μέσω δελτίου τύπου- περισσότερες λεπτομέρειες...

«L.A. Guns have announced the upcoming release of their latest studio album, "Black Diamonds".

Produced by founding member and guitarist Tracii Guns, "Black Diamonds" is a tour-de-force of rock 'n roll that fans have come to expect from the long-running hard rockers.

Written and recorded over the course of 2022, "Black Diamonds" sees Tracii Guns, Phil Lewis, and company continuing on the same successful and inspiring sonic journey that they've been taking on their most recent albums, "Checkered Past", "The Devil You Know", and "The Missing Peace".

The band doesn't shy away from flexing their hard rock influences as they always have, but also incorporates more introspective acoustic tracks reflective of their classic rock influences from the '70s. This makes for a potent and highly listenable cocktail of an album in "Black Diamonds".

Since their self-titled debut in 1988 to their widely praised recent suite of "comeback" albums, L.A. GUNS, led by Tracii Guns and Phil Lewis, have always delivered solid rock ‘n roll to their fans.

Since core members Tracii and Phil reunited under the banner of L.A. Guns in 2017, a rekindling of the band's creative energy has been continuing unabated over the course of, now, four studio albums.

"Black Diamonds" shows no signs of this renaissance slowing down... L.A. Guns never looked like the pretty poster boys that so many of their peers did, but more the band that you would be terrified to bump into in an alley as they would likely be carrying switchblades and ready for a fight.

But despite having many songs to back up that image, the band could also write powerful ballads (see the smash hit, “The Ballad Of Jayne” for Exhibit A of this argument) that showed there were some serious songwriting chops in the band.

The story of how we got from the band’s powerful early years to a fourth new studio album in the relatively short time that Guns and Lewis have reunited has already been well documented, so no need to rehash it. What’s important to know and understand is that the driving force of all those classic L.A. Guns songs was Tracii and Phil.

Feeling inspired and excited like they did when they first started out, but with many years of wisdom and experience under their belts, and most importantly, a renewed and stronger creative and personal relationship, Guns, Lewis, and L.A. Guns as a whole are at a creative peak.»

Band: L.A. Guns
Country of origin: United States
Location: Los Angeles, California
Formed in: 1983
Genres: Hard Rock, Glam Metal
Years active: 1983-present

Video: "Diamonds"
Video by: NLight Productions
Produced by: Enzo Mazzeo
Directed and edited by: Èric Boadella
Cinematography: Lawrence Le
Production Assistants: Giancarlo Floridia, Bob Decesare
Actress: Faith Floridia
Sound: Fabrizio Grossi
Still Photography: Enzo Mazzeo
Make Up: Marcey Grant

Album: "Black Diamonds"
Type: Full length
Release date: April 17th, 2023
Label: Frontiers Music Srl
Produced by: Tracii Guns

Track listing:
1. You Betray
2. Wrong About You
3. Diamonds
4. Babylon
5. Shame
6. Shattered Glass
7. Gonna Lose
8. Got It Wrong
9. Lowlife
10. Crying
11. Like A Drug

Phil Lewis - Vocals
Tracii Guns - Electric / Acoustic Guitars, Mellotron
Ace Von Johnson - Electric Guitars
Johnny Martin - Bass, Electric Electric Guitars
Shawn Duncan - Drums (live)
Adam Hamilton - Drums (studio) / Strings

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