Yup. Two Trouble-related stories in one day. It’s odd, but happening.
Chicago doom metal legends Trouble have some new blood.
Bassist Rob Hultz has been added to the group.
According to Blabbermouth, Hultz is no stranger to the heavy metal, hard rock, and doom metal genres.
“While still in high school, he joined an East Coast hardcore band called Social Decay which served as his introduction to recording and touring,” says the site.
“After a decade, he left with the guitar player to form the doom metal band Godspeed and was signed to Atlantic Records. Their debut album was recorded at Electric Lady Studios in New York and produced by Rachel Bolan of Skid Row. The band was represented by Gloria Butler Management and toured with iconic bands such as Black Sabbath, Dio and Cathedral, to name just a few.”
Then, in 1996, Hultz helped form Solace. He has also lent his talents on projects for Lethal Aggression and Disease Concept.
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