Former MEGADETH Guitarist To Appear In GUITAR ONE Magazine

Former MEGADETH guitarist Chris Poland will be featured in the October issue of Guitar One magazine as part of the "What Ever Happened To?" column, written by Dale Turner. Look for the new issue in mid-August at your favorite stores and newsstands.

In other news, Poland's Return to Metalopolis CD will be reissued through Lion Music Europe under the title Return to Metalopolis 2002, featuring two previously-unreleased bonus tracks, sometime this fall.

Also on the Poland front, the new album from OHM, a Los Angeles-based jazz rock trio consisting of major label and studio musicians (including Chris), will finally be done by the end of this month. The band are presently talking to several labels about a release later in the year, with a possible OHM European tour to follow sometime in early 2003.


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