Canadian metallers THREAT SIGNAL have been added to the "Tour and Loathing" tour alongside ALL THAT REMAINS, PROTEST THE HERO, BLESS THE FALLEN and THE HOLY SPRINGS DISASTER. Lead singer Jonathan Howard had this to say: "When I first heard my band would be opening the 'Tour and Loathing' tour with co-headliners PROTEST THE HERO and ALL THAT REMAINS, I thought to myself 'Wow, this is a great chance to get really drunk and hit on their female fans!' 'Cause you know, Canadian girls are the hottest on the planet and these shows are gonna be packed haha! But seriously, I know for a fact we'll throw down hard on this tour and add a tasty flavor to the line up. I can't wait to kick it with those guys, meet our fans from Western Canada for the first time, and have some fun traveling across my home country."
Confirmed dates are as follows:
May 27 - Starlite – Edmonton, AB – Canada
May 28 - The Warehouse – Calgary, AB – Canada
May 29 - The Distrikt – Regina, SK – Canada
May 30 - The Garrick – Winnipeg, MB – Canada
Jun. 02 - The Opera House – Toronto, ON – Canada
Jun. 03 – Cowboy's – London, ON – Canada
Jun. 04 - New Capital Music Hall – Ottawa, ON – Canada
THREAT SIGNAL's debut album, "Under Reprisal", was released on August 22, 2006 in North America via Nuclear Blast Records.
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