Patrick Schlimm from Trouble Heaven, the best source of TROUBLE information on the Internet, is in the process of putting together an online tribute to TROUBLE and would like to invite any interested bands to forward their cover versions of TROUBLE's music for possible inclusion in this very special project.According to Patrick, Trouble Heaven will be producing an online album with everything you expect from a regular album, yet with a slight difference: there won't be a CD or LP of thisall of the bands taking part will be represented by an mp3 version of their TROUBLE cover, of course with the band's contact address/e-mail and link to the band pages. The cover songs will be made available for free download to the fans by Trouble Heaven, so this is a non-profit project that will give those bands who are interested a place to have their covers presented to the general publicof course, mostly TROUBLEheads and metal-fans. The following bands and projects have already confirmed to appear on the online tribute to TROUBLE: MOOD, SPIRITUAL BEGGARS, ORBITAL DOOM, ERIC WAGNER with THIS TORTURED SOUL, RISE AND SHINE, and VIATIKUM. How can your band be part of it? Just get in touch. All that is requested from your band is a copy of your latest CD or, in case you don't have an album out, your latest demo and, of course, your TROUBLE cover on CD or CDR, plus some band info, a signed picture to include on the site and some comment about what TROUBLE means to you on an extra sheet of paper. Since all of this is for free for the fans, Trouble Heaven won't be either requesting or paying money, yet it is meant to be a good deal for both Trouble Heaven and your band for obvious reasons, probably just because no money is involved. For more information, send an e-mail to: [email protected]
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