Some Greek magazine conducted an interview with guitarists Bruce Franklin and Rick Wartell of doom legends Trouble, which I read on Blabbermouth. And guess what?
The band is putting the finishing touches on its ninth album for a tentative February 2012 release.
The as-yet-untitled disc is being helmed by Bill Metoyer, who produced albums for Slayer, D.R.I., and Corrosion Of Conformity, among others.
Dude’s also worked with Trouble on past efforts.
Trouble’s next disc will consist of a minimum of 10 songs that not only showcase the band’s legendary heavy guitar riffs that have gained the group a legion of loyal fans but a new creative edge. Or something like that.
“The band is really excited about this record,” says Trouble’s Rick Wartell. “We wanted to make the consummate Trouble studio album that also incorporates all of the innovative elements that having new talent offers us.”
The recording of the new Trouble album is taking place at the band’s own Warburn studio.
“One of the luxuries of recording in your studio is that you’re not under any time constraints,” said Wartell. “We can work on our own schedule which allows us to focus on the creative process.”
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