TROUBLE: New Parma Concert Footage, Photos Posted Online

Fan-filmed video footage of TROUBLE's April 3, 2008 concert at the Jigsaw in Parma, Ohio can be viewed below (courtesy of "blackshapesofdoom"). Photos of the gig can be found at this location (courtesy of Cleveland DJ and concert photographer Joe Kleon).

As previously reported, TROUBLE is booking dates for a West Coast tour beginning on April 30 in Las Vegas with a worldwide live Internet broadcast from the DeepRockDrive studios. The band will be touring in support of its newest release, "Simple Mind Condition", which is scheduled to receive its long-awaited U.S. release this month on the Escapi Music label.

The follow-up to 1995's "Plastic Green Head", "Simple Mind Condition" was produced by Vinny Wojno (KREATOR, MACHINE HEAD) and features vocalist Eric Wagner, guitarists Rick Wartell and Bruce Franklin, drummer Jeff Olson and bassist Chuck Robinson (formerly of THIS TORTURED SOUL).

Escapi Music reissued TROUBLE's classic first two albums, "Psalm 9" (1984) and "The Skull" (1985), on October 24, 2006. Both were digitally remastered and are packed with rare photos and brand new liner notes. "Psalm 9" includes an extremely rare exclusive bonus DVD of a public-access TV performance from 1982. "The Skull" comes with an extremely rare exclusive bonus DVD of a 16-track live performance from 1984.

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