Following his departure as longtime vocalist for Chicago doom legends Trouble in 2008, Eric Wagner promptly removed himself from the spotlight and began intently writing new material of a more personal nature. Those writing sessions would yield the musical inspiration for Blackfinger who issued their eponymous debut in 2014. With the decision to relocate to the Pittsburgh area in 2015, it only made sense to revamp the Blackfinger line up. This move would see Eric team up with another stalwart of the doom scene, guitarist Terry Weston of Dream Death and Penance. A reinvigorated Blackfinger entered the studio in the Spring of 2017 to record When Colors Fade Away, a powerful follow-up that picks up where their debut album left off, but takes the listener even further down the path less traveled. Sonic landscapes of endless peaks and valleys, When Colors Fade Away will satiate the most ardent of doom fans, yet appeal to those beyond with its exquisite craftsmanship and beautiful storytelling.