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Trouble is an American doom metal band from Aurora, Illinois , formed in and considered one of the pioneers of the genre alongside Candlemass and Saint Vitus. A critically acclaimed group, their first two albums, Psalm 9 and The Skull , are cited as landmarks of doom metal.
To date, Trouble has released eight studio albums. Although the band never officially broke up, Trouble was plagued by extended inactivity after their original singer Eric Wagner left in He eventually rejoined in before leaving again eight years later. The band is also noted for the spiritual nature of their early lyrics; their first record label, Metal Blade Records , marketed the band as " white metal " in contrast to the rising black metal movement in the s. Ian Brown was replaced by Sean McAllister in Drawing from Black Sabbath for inspiration with occasional nods to the psychedelic sounds of the late s , the band used gloomy down-tuned riffs and spiritual, often openly Bible-inspired lyrics, which led Metal Blade to market the band as "white metal" as opposed to black metal.
The band toured throughout the Midwest during the early s. On February 5, , the band recorded Trouble Live in Chicago. Trouble released their eponymous debut later referred to as Psalm 9 with Metal Blade Records in The Skull followed in and reflected singer Wagner's struggles with substance abuse as well as growing turmoil within the group.
This led to the replacement of bassist McAllister with Ron Holzner. Drummer Jeff Olson also departed. Reports suggested that Olson had left the band to become a preacher,   but he had actually decided to pursue studies at Berklee College of Music in Boston.Trouble (5) Live Dallas Texas 03/12/90 (CDr, Album) Trouble, Inc. US: Unknown: Sell This Version: Trouble (5) Live In Stockholm 3 versions: Escapi Music: Europe: Sell This Version: 3 versions: Trouble (5) Videos (DVD-V) Trouble, Inc. US: Sell This Version: 1 – 25 of