BLACKFINGER, the new project featuring ex-TROUBLE vocalist Eric Wagner, has inked a deal with Dark Star Records. The band's self-titled full-length debut is scheduled for release in the fall. A number of U.S. and international appearances will follow.
TROUBLE formed in 1979 and released several classic albums like "Trouble", "Manic Frustration" and "Plastic Green Head".
Eric was one of the guest singers on Dave Grohl's (NIRVANA, FOO FIGHTERS) heavy metal side project PROBOT, whose 2004 album featured heavy metal vocalists from the '80s and '90s. Wagner also makes a guest appearance in the forthcoming horror film "Jezebeth" (written and directed by Damien Dante of Satania 6 Films), to be released later this year.
Check out the BLACKFINGER's live demo, "For One More Day", and the acoustic track "All The Leaves Are Brown" at the band's MySpace page.
Eric Wagner - Vocals
Doug Hakes - Guitar
Rico Bianchi - Guitar
Ben Smith - Bass
Larry Piatz - Drums
Eric Wagner left TROUBLE in April 2008, citing his disdain for the touring life as the main reason for his departure.
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