TROUBLE Drummer: New Album Is Some Of Best Stuff We've Done In Years

TROUBLE drummer Jeff Olson recently addressed the group's summer touring plans and the group's long-awaited new studio CD, tentatively due in early 2004.

"We're [going to Europe] just for the Rock Hard [festival] and then going back to Cleveland to do a classic Metal Fest right before we record," Olson said. "Our new bass player is very good. His name is Chuck Robinson. He is the guitarist from THIS TORTURED SOUL, who played 'The Tempter' with [TROUBLE frontman] Eric singing on the tribute CD. We are playing a lot of songs from all the recordings. The new record is also very cool a lot different than 'Plastic Green Head'. It's some of the best stuff we've done in years. In August we hope to do more German shows."


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