TROUBLE, PENTAGRAM To Join Forces For 'Doom Over Europe' Tour

May 31, 2009

Doom metal legends TROUBLE and PENTAGRAM will team up for the "Doom Over Europe" tour starting in late September. Confirmed dates are as follows:

Sep. 30 - Knaack Club - Berlin, Germany
Oct. 01 - The Rock - Copenhagen, Denmark
Oct. 02 - Markthalle - Hamburg, Germany
Oct. 03 - Turock - Essen, Germany
Oct. 04 - Glazart - Paris, France
Oct. 05 - Z7 - Pratteln, Switzerland
Oct. 07 - Diesel Club - Budapest, Hungary
Oct. 08 - Masters Of Rock - Zlin, Czech Republic
Oct. 09 - Rosenkeller - Jena, Germany
Oct. 10 – [to be announced] - Bielefeld, Germany
Oct. 11 - Nachtleben - Frankfurt, Germany
Oct. 12 - Club O13 - Tilburg, Netherlands
Oct. 13 - Kultuzentrum - Hanover, Germany
Oct. 14 - Underworld - London, England
Oct. 17 - Hammer Of Doom Fest - Wurzburg, Germany

TROUBLE will play a warm-up show for their Wacken Open Air appearance on July 24 at Chicago City Limits in Schaumburg, Illinois.

TROUBLE is hard at work on material for the band's long-awaited new album, "The Dark Riff", tentatively due later in the year. The group states, "Everything is moving along nicely in the writing stage. Bruce [Franklin; guitar] and Rick [Wartell; guitar] have brought some massive, killer riffs to the sessions that are sure to please ANY TROUBLE fan. The sessions are proving to be a very creative environment, and are spawning the band's creative juices where every last riff seems to get heavier than the last. As of this date the music for fourteen songs is complete. The vocals are coming in a bit at a time and sounding incredible. The band seems to be clicking on all cylinders now, and there's no end in sight. This is definitely going to be worth the wait!"

TROUBLE's recently released live album, "Live In L.A.", was recorded in Los Angeles and is available at

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