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Diamanthian

Country of origin:
United Kingdom
Location:
Liverpool, England
Status:
Active
Formed in:
1999
Genre:
Death Metal
Lyrical themes:
Death, Darkness, Domination
Current label:
Ossuary Industries
Years active:
1999-present
Diamanthian's logo was designed by Jeff Walker (Carcass) who also oversaw the recording of the band's debut album 'The Infinite Descent' under the alias of "Offalmangler".

Diamanthian were voted eighth Best Unsigned Band in Terrorizer's Reader's Poll 2002; and the following year were voted Best Unsigned Band and 9th Best Live Act in the Reader's Poll of 2003.
Current
Mat Campbell Bass
See also: Ethereal, ex-Dilacerate, ex-Dissonance
Lee Drums
See also: ex-Ethereal, ex-Dissonance, ex-Primal Domination
Kevin 'Troy' Dixon Guitars
Scott Linton Vocals, Guitars
See also: ex-Desolate Silence
Past
Kev Gurrell Bass
Andy Campbell Drums
See also: ex-Verm
Stuart Pendergast Guitars
See also: Danmaku, Neandertahl, ex-Hospital of Death, ex-Malefic, ex-Donkey Wong, ex-Strength and Honour
Mick Gorry Bass (1999-2003)
Pete Watson Drums (1999-2006)
See also: ex-Desolate Silence
Iain Turner Bass (2003-2005)
Past (Live)
Ant Hurlock Bass
See also: Machiavellian, ex-In Pain Die
Mat Campbell Bass
See also: Ethereal, ex-Dilacerate, ex-Dissonance
Lee Drums
See also: ex-Ethereal, ex-Dissonance, ex-Primal Domination
Kevin 'Troy' Dixon Guitars
Scott Linton Vocals, Guitars
See also: ex-Desolate Silence
Kev Gurrell Bass
Andy Campbell Drums
See also: ex-Verm
Stuart Pendergast Guitars
See also: Danmaku, Neandertahl, ex-Hospital of Death, ex-Malefic, ex-Donkey Wong, ex-Strength and Honour
Mick Gorry Bass (1999-2003)
Pete Watson Drums (1999-2006)
See also: ex-Desolate Silence
Iain Turner Bass (2003-2005)
Past
Ant Hurlock Bass
See also: Machiavellian, ex-In Pain Die
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