TROUBLE Announce Hometown Gigs

Reunited Chicago doomsters TROUBLE will play three concerts in the Chicago area prior to their planned performance in Stockholm, Sweden for the recording of their upcoming live DVD.

Confirmed dates are as follows:

Nov. 07 - Oasis 160 – Chicago Heights, IL
Nov. 14 - Penny Road – Barrington, IL
Nov. 15 - Bottom Lounge – Chicago, IL
Nov. 29 – TBA – Stockholm, SWE (w/ CANDLEMASS, FORCE OF EVIL)

As previously reported, TROUBLE entered the studio in early August to record a new EP, titled "Unplugged", containing acoustic versions of five classic TROUBLE numbers along with two brand new songs, at least one of which was written by vocalist Eric Wagner and new bassist Chuck Robinson (formerly of THIS TORTURED SOUL).

TROUBLE are set to return to the studio before the end of the year with producer Vincent Wojno (MACHINE HEAD, KREATOR, KONKHRA) to record their long-awaited new album, titled "Seven". The band's last studio effort, "Plastic Green Head", came out in 1995.

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