Kyle Thomas Fills In Chicago Doom Band Trouble's Vocalist Vacancy
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Blabbermouth.net reports Kyle Thomas, former lead singer for Exhorder and Alabama Thunderpussy, has accepted the position as Trouble's front man. Thomas formerly donned Trouble's microphone for four live shows between 1997 and 1999.
Thomas will fill the void left by Trouble vocalist, Kory Clarke. Also known for fronting Warrior Soul, Clarke recently announced his exit from the legendary Chicago doom act to pursue a new band, The Bones of Children, with guitarist Russ Strahan of Pentagram.
Trouble co-founder and guitarist, Rick Wartells comments, "We are really excited to be working with Kyle again. 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."
"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," adds the other Trouble ax man, Bruce Franklin.
Trouble's current lineup includes Kyle Thomas (vocals), Rick Wartell (guitar), Bruce Franklin (guitar),
Shane Pasqualla (bass) and Mark Lira (drums). The group is currently working on a new studio album and expects a spring release date.
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