CHRIS POLAND's OHM: New Album Release Date Announced
OHM:, the progressive rock fusion project of Chris Poland of MEGADETH fame, will release its new studio CD, "Circus of Sound", on August 26 via Shrapnel/Tone Center Records. "Circus of Sound" marks OHM:'s third studio album and fourth release overall and sees the band "exploring a heavier sound overall while retaining the classic OHM: sound and direction," according to a press release.
"Circus of Sound" (see cover artwork below) track listing:
01. Fun House
02. System Of A Clown
04. Circus Of Sound
05. Point Omega
07. The Shortest Straw
08. The Black Hand
09. You Don't Know
10. Steps From Home
11. Mr. Brown
13. Leap Of Faith
14. Pan's Plan
Chris Poland - guitars
Robby Pagliari - bass
Joel Taylor - drums on tracks 1-3
Frank Briggs - drums on tracks 4-7
Kofi Baker - drums on tracks 8-14
There are some tour plans in the making and well as a slew of promotional radio interviews that will coincide with the release. The band will also start gigging again regionally in its homebase of the Los Angeles area soon.
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