TROUBLE: New CD Is 'Damn Heavy'

March 22, 2005

Legendary Chicago doomsters TROUBLE have posted the following message on their official web site:

"The good news: TROUBLE has finally begun recording the new full-length CD and it's damn heavy. This thing sounds like they mean business. The guitars are bigger and badder than ever, the drums are huge, and the bass is awesome. Oly [Jeff Olson] recorded his drums in Cleveland in February, Bruce [Franklin] and Rick [Wartell] have recorded all of the rhythm tracks in Chicago in late February. Chuck [Robinson] also recorded his bass in Chicago in late February. The band took a short break while Vinny Wojno [producer] completed the edits and sorts through all of the tracks, About 5-6 takes per song. They go in to track leads April 1st followed by vocals. From what I've heard so far, get ready for this one, it just might be the best TROUBLE ever.

"The bad news: The unplugged CD will be put on hold until the release of the full-length CD. Nevertheless, it will eventually be out there. Getting close now."

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