OHM: Featuring Ex-MEGADETH Guitarist: Live Video Posted Online

A professionally shot (bot not pro audio) live video of OHM:, the band featuring former MEGADETH guitarist Chris Poland, has been posted online at www.ohmband.com.

OHM: will be hitting the road in early May for a Midwest/East Coast mini-tour, including some shows with UMPHREY'S MCGEE as well as some of their own headlining concerts. Exact cities and dates will be announced very shortly.

OHM:'s Kofi Baker (son of CREAM's Ginger Baker) appears in an upcoming issue of Modern Drummer magazine and OHM:'s Robby Pagliari can currently be seen in a new ad for BBE Electronics, which is making the rounds via the current issue of Bass Player magazine (Geddy Lee on the cover).

OHM:'s latest record, "Amino Acid Flashback", was released by Blacknote Records in October 2005.


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