TROUBLE Drummer's Entire Solo EP Available For Streaming
"Retro Grave", the debut self-titled EP from TROUBLE drummer Jeff "Oly" Olson's new solo project, is available for streaming at MP3.com. The EP will be available to purchase on Tuesday, June 5 at www.retrogravemusic.com. Single tracks will also be available for download.
"Retro Grave" includes five tracks, with all instruments and vocals recorded by Olson. The songtitles are as follows:
01. Birth Death/Retro Grave
03. Five Sentences
04. Stone Head
05. Pyramus & Thisbe
The track "Kid Ignoble" originally recorded for the RETRO GRAVE EP has been pulled so that Chuck Robinson (TROUBLE bassist) can tweak it with Olson and release it on Olson's full-length debut, titled "Again", to be released in early 2008. The replacement track for the EP is "Pyramus & Thisbe", a song over 12 minutes in length.
Jeff "Oly" Olson is currently on tour with TROUBLE in Europe for their "2007 Simple Mind Condition Tour". The trek will include an appearance on the closing night of the three-day Sweden Rock Festival on June 9, opening for MOTÖRHEAD and SCORPIONS.
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