TROUBLE Drummer's Rearrangement Of 'Run To The Light' Moving Along 'Very Well'

TROUBLE/RETRO GRAVE drummer Jeff "Oly" Olson has issued the following update:

"I'm excited to say that my rearrangement of TROUBLE's 'Run To The Light' (Metal Blade, 1987) is moving along very well and I'm sure that the doom metal fans will be very pleased with the guests appearances on the album, to be announced as soon as my personal manager confirms these very special high-profile artists, all of which I admire. In addition, I'm currently tracking the drums for my debut full-length album, titled 'Again', for RETRO GRAVE as well as my second full-length, now officially titled 'Skullduggery'. Additional special guests will also be performing on 'Again' and 'Skullduggery' for RETRO GRAVE.

"In other news, TROUBLE will soon be scheduling a few fall showcases in the Chicago area before the band leaves for another anticipated trip to Europe this fall, to be announced soon."

"Run to the Light" featured drummer Dennis Lesh, who replaced Olson after he left TROUBLE to pursue a Bachelor of Music degree in Film Scoring at Berklee College of Music in Boston.

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