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MHZ, Leed's Point, Headchaser, Don't Cross The Streams!
MHZ plays the 7th Annual Rocking the Road for a Cure- Motorcycle Run for Breast Cancer Wellness, at Suite 1828 (former Jugs-N-Strokers) in Merrick, NY. MHZ goes on at 1pm. Lady Sabbath, Wildside, Filthy Animal, and Helter Skelter fills out the bill!
MEGA-F’N-HERTZ returns to Mr. Beery’s this summer! 9:00- Lukabrazi 10:00- MHZ 11:00- Kid & The Koots $5 Cover and don't forget The Meat Wagon!!!
MHZ's debut at Blackthorn 51... we go on at 8pm in support of national act, SPONGE! Sponge is best known for their hits, "Plowed," and "Molly (Sixteen Candles)" and also covered "Speed Racer" back in the late '90s! MHZ is best known for being LOUD!!! $18 for a full night of music with MHZ, Sponge, and other area bands such as Loss of Inertia, Soul Unhinged, Meaxic, Crowd the Airwaves, and Sour Jenny at Blackthorn 51 promises to be a steal! Buy tix by contacting me at email@example.com and pay through PayPal (firstname.lastname@example.org). You pay $18... I will pay postage. $20 at the door the night of the show.
MIGHTY MECHA ROCK TITANS- MHZ vs The Bastard Son of The Mad Owls vs Aqua Cherry vs Dragon’s Bane in their ultrasonic assault on Mr. Beery's!!! $7 cover. 9pm- The Bastard Son of The Mad Owls 10pm- MHZ 11pm- Aqua Cherry 12am- Death Proof
Sounds Like: Clutch, Captain Beefheart, Band Of Gypsys Jimi Hendrix
Label: Rock Toonz Records & Art
Bio: MHZ is an original hard rock/blues band of riff-crafting artists and philosophers from Long Island. The Megahertz Band sound is in constant evolution, clearly influenced by the great music of the late 60's and 70's, but without a doubt draws from a diverse sonic palette. MHZ's unique brand of tra...See Full Bio
"Drawing on influences ranging from Seattle Grunge to Woodstock royalty, Mhz plowed through a fairly heavy 12 song set, long on crunching rhythms and peppered with some fine riffing by Hertz. Cardone handled all but one of the lead vocals, adeptly showing off a fine mix of biting angst and ominously dark singing. Tracks such as "Trouble Child," "Blakk Rayne" and "Shades" are not aiming for pop immortality but they are highly-effective, brooding adventures in punch and counterpunch... Mhz had an uncanny sense of just-right changes of pace for the night... By the time they brought the set to an exclamation point with a medley of "The Protest Song" and Ten Year After's "I Want to Change the World," Mhz had steamed through an impressive night of two-fisted rock full of shadows and ominous overtones."