The debut (and sadly final) solo album from ex-Trouble vocalist Eric Wagner titled In The Lonely Light Of Mourning will be released on March 18. The album was originally scheduled for November of this year, but was pushed back after Wagner's death in August due to COVID. You can now check out the single "Maybe Tomorrow" below, whose lyrics eerily reference being remembered after dying.
"It has been a great honor to have the chance to work with Eric," said Cruz Del Sur Music owner Enrico Leccese. "He has been a reference in my life since, as a fan, I bought his Trouble albums back in the 1980s. I must give While Heaven Wept's Tom Phillips 100 percent credit for Cruz Del Sur Music being able to release Eric's solo album.
"Eric really put all himself, his passion, his deepest emotions and his skills into this release. I must also thank Mike and Ron Holzner for the extremely mature talk we had after Eric's passing. His loss has been a tragic event and we hope that this album gives justice to his career."
In The Lonely Light Of Mourning was assembled with ex-Trouble drummer David Snyder, and will feature guest spots from current and former members of Trouble, The Skull, Pentagram, and more.