TROUBLE: New European Support Acts Announced

DRAGONLORD and COVERED CALL have cancelled their participation in the upcoming European tour by Chicago doom legends TROUBLE. Replacing them on the bill are Norway's SAHG and Germany's GORILLA MONSOON.

Apr. 08 - ITA Bologna Estragon
Apr. 09 - ITA Treviso New Age
Apr. 10 - SWI Zürich Rohstofflager
Apr. 11 - BEL Vosselaar Biebob
Apr. 12 - GER Essen Turock
Apr. 13 - GER Hamburg Markthalle
Apr. 15 - GER Hannover Musikzentrum
Apr. 16 - GER Frankfurt Batschkapp
Apr. 17 - GER Saarbrücken Roxy
Apr. 18 - NL Tilburg O13 *
Apr. 20 - UK London Dingwalls
Aug. 15 - NO Lillehammer Metal Rock Fest *
Aug. 16 - FIN Oulu Jalometalli Festival *

* TROUBLE only

TROUBLE performed at the House of Blues in Chicago on January 27. Check out photos from the concert at this location.

"Simple Mind Condition", the latest album from TROUBLE, will receive its long-awaited U.S. release in March via Escapi Music.

The follow-up to 1995's "Plastic Green Head", "Simple Mind Condition" was produced by Vinny Wojno (KREATOR, MACHINE HEAD) and features vocalist Eric Wagner, guitarists Rick Wartell and Bruce Franklin, drummer Jeff Olson and bassist Chuck Robinson (formerly of THIS TORTURED SOUL).

Escapi Music reissued TROUBLE's classic first two albums, "Psalm 9" (1984) and "The Skull" (1985), on October 24, 2006. Both were digitally remastered and are packed with rare photos and brand new liner notes. "Psalm 9" includes an extremely rare exclusive bonus DVD of a public-access TV performance from 1982. "The Skull" comes with an extremely rare exclusive bonus DVD of a 16-track live performance from 1984.


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