Video: TROUBLE/Ex-EXHORDER Frontman KYLE THOMAS Sings VAN HALEN
Video footage of Kyle Thomas (TROUBLE, EXHORDER, FLOODGATE, ALABAMA THUNDERPUSSY) laying down vocal tracks on the VAN HALEN classic song "Running With The Devil" (from the isolated VAN HALEN tracks) can be seen below. The final recording was produced by David Treadway at DDT studio and features backing vocals by Treadway and Michael Jagot.
TROUBLE will release its first studio album in six years, "The Distortion Field", in North America on July 16 and in Europe on July 26 via FRW Records. The 12-song follow-up to 2007's "Simple Mind Condition" is being helmed by veteran producer Bill Metoyer (SLAYER, W.A.S.P., ARMORED SAINT, DARK ANGEL, SACRED REICH, CRYPTIC SLAUGHTER, D.R.I.) and marks the recording debut with TROUBLE of Kyle Thomas following the departure of the group's frontman of four years, Kory Clarke (of WARRIOR SOUL fame).
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