Blackfinger To Release When Colors Fade Away In September Artwork

(By Pat ‘Riot’ Whitaker, Senior Writer/Editor, RiffRelevant.com)

Blackfinger, the band fronted by current The Skull/former Trouble singer Eric Wagner, have announced the release of their sophomore album. “When Colors Fade Away” will arrive on September 15th from M-Theory Audio on CD, limited edition colored vinyl and digital formats.

Featuring photos from Matt Bluejay and graphic design by Al Oaks, When Colors Fade Away is a striking and artistic package with a full color 12-page CD booklet and a 4-page vinyl insert. Vinyl limited to 400 copies of blue/black marble.

Wagner commented on the new record saying:

“Colors were a common theme throughout the first record…I think it was a reference for life, or maybe it was hope. What happens when colors start to fade or you feel like all hope is lost? I think there comes a time in everyone’s life when you need to confront your dark side in order to get to the light. When I saw the photographs of the old abandoned funeral home by Matt Bluejay, I thought it would make the perfect album cover for When Colors Fade Away, and the start of the journey to feel good about oneself again.”

Eric has amassed a new line up of musicians for the new album that includes the legendary guitarist Terry Weston of Penance/Dream Death fame. The full line up for Blackfinger now includes:

Eric Wagner – vocals
Matthew Tuite – guitar
Terry Weston – guitar
Matthew Cross – bass
David Snyder – drums

Source: Riff Relevant