Guitarist Karma Cheema has reportedly rejoined AMERICAN HEAD CHARGE and is currently touring with the band in support of its "Can't Stop the Machine" CD/DVD.
Cheema was most recently a member of OTEP, with whom he recorded the group's third full-length album, "The Ascension", due later in the year.
Released on April 3 via Nitrus Records, the "Can't Stop The Machine" DVD features a complete retrospective of the band's career, from the early days, signing to Rick Rubin's American Recordings, performing live on Ozzfest 2001, worldwide tours with SLIPKNOT, MUDVAYNE, STATIC-X, plus a behind-the-scenes look at the making of both "The War of Art" and "The Feeding". It also includes all of the band's videos and a special tribute to late guitarist Bryan Daniel Ottoson. The CD features live recordings, remixes, and other unreleased material.
AMERICAN HEAD CHARGE's sophomore album, "The Feeding", came out in February 2005.
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