OHM: Former MEGADETH Guitarist Putting Finishing Touches On New Album

OHM:, the band featuring former MEGADETH guitarist Chris Poland, have nearly finished recording their new album. This record marks the debut studio appearance of drummer Kofi Baker (son of CREAM's Ginger Baker) with the band. Kofi Baker first appeared with OHM: on 2003's "Live On KPFK" CD. No release date has been set as of yet, but the record will be issued through Black Note Records, a subsidary of Ron Peterson's Rotten Records, through which the first OHM: record and entire Chris Poland solo catalog were released and re-released last year. A teaser soundclip from the upcoming OHM: record is available at www.timothyhoward.com. Songtitles set to appear on the as-yet-untitled CD include "Spun", "Compass of the Heart", "Da Vinci", "Skint", "William's Amino Acid Flashback", "Tara", "Juge In Da Boot", "What If Tattoo" and "Icarus Falls".


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