Seattle-area metal band SLAVE TRAITOR has finished recording a new six-song EP with legendary producer Jack Endino. Endino's recent work includes HIGH ON FIRE's "Death Is This Communion", available on Relapse Records.

The follow-up to 2006's "Black Narcissus", "Man Infest Destiny" was tracked and mixed in four days at Seattle's Soundhouse Studio in mid-April. SLAVE TRAITOR bass player/vocalist Marc Burno said, "It was the smoothest recording experience I've ever had. Jack's attitude and methodology fit well with us. We felt comfortable and were able to execute".

SLAVE TRAITOR will self-release and promote the record this summer while also shopping around for a label deal.

Featuring the triple vocals of bassist Marc Burno, guitarist Eric Kempton, and guitarist Jake Willanger along with drummer Steve Hass, SLAVE TRAITOR "plays an aggressive brand of metal," according to a press release.

SLAVE TRAITOR returns to performing live on May 31 when it plays Seattle's Funhouse along with Alternative Tentacles edu-core band BLOODHAG and Crucial Blast's BLACK ELK.

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