The metal band, Diamond Plate, is currently on the road supporting Death Angel’s North American headline tour with 3 Inches of Blood, Battlecross and Revocation. While they’re on this tour, the band will be doing an exclusive Road Blog for us. You can check out the band’s third and final blog and pictures, after the break.
DP Tour Blog
“Damage Instruments Inc.”
We’ve just finished an amazing tour with Death Angel, 3 Inches of Blood, Battlecross, and Revocation. These were some of the biggest and rowdiest crowds we’ve played for, and we really lost our minds on stage every night. Here’s a recap of SOME of the damage we caused to ourselves and our instruments.
Austin, Texas – Matt throws his bass to the ground after the set, the neck breaks away from the body.
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma – Konrad uses the guitar to hit Jim’s cymbals, the toggle switch breaks in half and the neck gets some pretty big chips in it.
St. Louis, Missouri – Guitar gets thrown in the air and slammed to the ground. Fingerboard starts to come apart from the neck
Lakewood, Ohio – Konrad splits open his hand during the first song from picking too hard against the strings.
Montreal, Quebec, CANADA – Konrad breaks two strings at once in the middle of the set
Toronto, Ontario, CANADA – Matt smashes his bass completely at the end of the set, cuts open his entire hand.
Thank you to all the crowds for the amazing energy every night – you’re the reason we give it all back! See you on the road soon for more madness!
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