Tone MGMT is pleased to announce that OHHMS have joined our swelling roster.
OHHMS have had a monumental 2015 since the release of their debut EP ‘Bloom’ in 2014. Whilst this may sound over-the-top, there are indisputable facts. That record was constructed of two songs, clocking in at a combined 30+ minutes. Despite this, the band still garnered a full 15 minute play on daytime BBC Radio 1, offers to play Temples, Arc Tan Gent, Fear and Hevy festivals, as well as shows with The Skull, Conan, The Admiral Sir Cloudesley Shovell, Hey Colossus, Earthmass, Hierophant, Slabdragger, Bastions and their own successful headline tour. Not a bad start.
Before the summer catch the band at Sound Bay Festival (PO) Desertfest UK and the band will once again return to Temples Festival 2016.
Deranged vocals, extended instrumental passages and bursts of brutal, bludgeoning noise, OHHMS are a carefully crafted combination of ambience and aggression and a treat for fans of the experimental and unconventional. ROCK SOUND
Fuelled by righteous indignation and born of a love of Swans and bands of their ilk, plus a desire to espouse existential outrage their ability to engage throughout such long compositions hints at a brighter future than they predict for the rest of mankind. METAL HAMMER
The Post-Doom group OHHMS’ songs are sonic vehicles that allow each listener to take their own journey with each listen. Their Tunes are drenched in emotion, from their riffs all the way up to their vocals. CVLT NATION
Channelling the adventurous, freewheeling creativity of their Canterbury forbearers into something distinctly heavier OHHMS are carving out a genuinely progressive strain of Doom. Equally adept with skull caving grooves and the psychedelic slowburn OHHMS are difficult to pin down but easy to admire. ROCK-A-ROLLA MAGAZINE
Heavy. Huge. Obey the riff. Daniel P Carter BBC RADIO 1 ROCK SHOW