CHRIS POLAND's OHM: More California Dates Announced
OHM:, the group led by former MEGADETH guitarist Chris Poland, has announced three NAMM convention-area shows in late January:
Jan. 18 - The Baked Potato - Studio City, CA
Jan. 19 - The Blue Café - Huntington Beach, CA
Jan. 20 - Winston's San Diego - San Diego, CA
OHM: recently spent time in the studio recording the follow-up to "Amino Acid Flashback". Kofi Baker (who played on OHM:'s last two records) and Joel Taylor (ALLAN HOLDSWORTH, FRANK GAMBALE, also toured with OHM: last year) are sharing drum duties on this record, which is being co-produced by Petar Sardelich.
"Amino Acid Flashback" was released by Blacknote Records in October 2005.
Poland will release the "Return to Metalopolis - Live" CD later in the year on Lion Music. The disc will feature unreleased studio and live tracks from this era of Chris' career as well as video footage.
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