The Official AHC Promotional Team, the Death Squad, has been re-activated and called into duty thanks to Dee J Varella. If you’d like to join, head on over to the page. Soldiers will be rewarded…
The Omaha Reader spent some quality time with Karma Cheema and Chris Emery before they rocked Omaha on the Hed2Head3 Tour. You can watch it: here.
Head over to ShowAndTellRocks to check out some pics of American Head Charge as they rehearse for their 2012 West Coast Tourette…
New. It’s called “Let All The World Believe”.
Ladies & Gentlemen, say hello to AHC’s newest addition, Mr. Sin Quirin. You may know him from such bands as Ministry, The Revolting Cocks, and his own band, The Great Americon. He will be joining us as our second guitarist for this Tourette; and if things go well and he feels like sticking around, you may certainly be seeing more of him!
Bassist Chad Hanks recalls terrible moment when he found out Bryan Ottoson had died.
By the time American Head Charge’s tour bus pulled to a stop outside the Plex in North Charleston, South Carolina, just before 6 a.m. on April 19, Bryan Ottoson was already dead. Somewhere between Baltimore and North Charleston, Ottoson stopped breathing. But American Head Charge’s guitarist died doing something bassist Chad Hanks says he loved to do.
“He was always upset when we had to come home from touring. He did everything he could to stay on tour.”
“All he wanted to do was tour,” Hanks said in American Head Charge’s first interview since Ottoson’s body was discovered (see “American Head Charge Guitarist Found Dead”). “He was always upset when we had to come home from touring. He did everything he could to stay on tour.”
Ottoson’s passion for mile-logging, Hanks said, made the band’s decision to rejoin Mudvayne on the road this past weekend, after dropping off the tour for a handful of dates, not easy, but obvious.
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