Prepping for the Debut of Diabolic’s Liar & a Thief Viper Records sets the worldwide release of Diabolic’s debut album, Liar & a Thief, on April 6th, featuring Immortal Technique, Vinnie Paz, Ill Bill, John Otto of Limp Bizkit and more.

Prepping for the Debut of Diabolic’s Liar & a Thief Viper Records sets the worldwide release of Diabolic’s debut album, Liar & a Thief, on April 6th, featuring Immortal Technique, Vinnie Paz, Ill Bill, John Otto of Limp Bizkit and more.

Diabolic has toured across the globe for over 5 years without having an official release, but now he awaits his premier debut, just as much as his fans. On April 6th, Viper Records will release the long anticipated album from Diabolic entitled Liar & a Thief. This 16-track CD includes features by Immortal Technique, Vinnie Paz, Ill Bill, and Canibus. Taking it to another level in music, Diabolic incorporates the reggae melodies of Deadly Hunta and rock thumping sounds of world-renowned drummer John Otto of Limp Bizkit.

“Its been a long time coming and I know its overdue. I put everything I had into this album to make sure it lives to the expectations I set for myself.”- Diabolic

*Official tour dates are yet to be announced, but will include both a US and European tour.

Album Track Listing
|01..| Stand By
|02..| Frontlines (Ft. Immortal Technique)
|03..| Riot (Ft. Deadly Hunta & John Otto?)
|04..| Reasons?
|05..| Soldier’s Logic?
|06..| Order & Chaos (Ft. Ill Bill)
|07..| I Don’t Wanna Rhyme?
|08..| Truth Part 2
|09..| Nikolas Ros to the Goul (Interlude)
|10..| Not Again (Ft. Vinnie Paz)
|11..| Loose Cannon?
|12..| 12 Shots (Ft. Nate Augustus)
|13..| ?In Common (Ft. Canibus)
|14..| Modern Day Future (Ft. Deadly Hunta)?
|15..| Behind bars?
|16..| Right Here
|17..| Self Destruction (Outro)

About Diabolic
Diabolic, an unrestrained rapper from Long Island, New York, arose to underground fame in the early 2000’s through a series of high-profile victories in the rap battle scene across the U.S.A. Despite not having released a single nor an album, Diabolic’s fame and underground cult status has never left him – but then Diabolic isn’t your average underground battle emcee. Diabolic speaks to the disillusioned rap fan who is embittered by the state of the mainstream and unsatisfied with the alternatives offered by the underground. The reason his voice impacts unyieldingly is because Diabolic is one of the disillusioned… but his identity will change events that of his own realm.

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