TROUBLE have announced that former EXHORDER singer Kyle Thomas is their new frontman. Thomas previously fronted Trouble for four live shows between 1997 and 1999, including the Stoner Hands Of Doom festival in Maryland and Expo Of The Extreme in Chicago.
“We are really excited to be working with Kyle again,” Trouble co-founder/guitarist Rick Wartell stated. “The shows we played with him in the past were very well-received by the fans and now we’ll have an opportunity to work with him in the studio on our new record. His vocals are amazing and a perfect fit for the band.”
Trouble co-founder/guitarist Bruce Franklin added: “The history with Kyle and Trouble really goes back to his teenage years as he told me that he and Jimmy Bower (of DOWN) would drive around in his old Pinto and listen to Trouble. He’s an excellent, highly energetic singer and it’s great to have him be an official member of the band now.”
Trouble is currently working on its ninth studio album with Thomas on vocals, with plans to release this spring.
Trouble 2012 features:
Kyle Thomas – vocals
Rick Wartell – guitar
Bruce Franklin - guitar
Shane Pasqualla – bass
Mark Lira - drums
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