Two Halloween Shows!!

I'm not gonna lie, I like playing dark, creepy music. Always have, always will. I was always drawn to music that has a sinister, moody vibe to it. In MMZ, the sound of the Mellotron has really helped me bring those feelings to the forefront of my sound, using lots of gothic strings and choir. In a great new documentary about the Mellotron entitled "Mellodrama" there's a section featuring Italian Horror directors, and they're use of the Mellotron in many of their soundtracks. Italians don't fool around when it comes to horror... or Pasta

This October, we'll be able to treat both our Connecticut and NYC audiences with Halloween shows on October 29th and 30th. On the 29th, we'll be back at the Heirloom Arts Theater for a full blown multi-media experience, which will definitely give you the total Halloween feel. Since Opeth won't be on tour this fall, make sure you make it down to one of these shows.

Great write-up in the New Haven Advocate

A great supporter of the band, Dan Barry of the New Haven Advocate, wrote an awesome review of our last Heirloom Arts show. With a sound that’s been fine-tuned over the band’s seven-year lifespan, MMZ unleashed the biggest audio-visual performance I’ve ever seen from a local band.

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Summer 2010

It's been three years since we've played at Toad's Place and it was great to be back on the stage of the famous New Haven club. It's pretty cool walking through the halls downstairs and seeing the names of all the artists who've played there along with photos all over the walls of The Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan, James Taylor, U2..... Though we didn't go on until 11:30, our fans were so supportive, going nuts, headbanging and getting right up to the stage. We played two of our newest songs, Cemetery Road and Rhythm Child, that we've been demoing at Horizon Studios in West Haven.

We're looking forward to the release of Laceration as the next song on Rock Band. We promise that this one will be harder...though not as hard as some of the other ones coming...=)

Looking forward to seeing everyone at The Space!

- Mark