Canadian metallers THREAT SIGNAL have announced the addition of drummer George Parfitt from Pennsylvania to the group's ranks.
THREAT SIGNAL recorded their debut album, "Under Reprisal", this past fall with producer Christian Olde Wolbers of FEAR FACTORY. The CD is set to be released in Europe in the spring of 2006 via Nuclear Blast. The band are currently searching for a North American label.
"Under Reprisal" track listing (in no particular order):
01. One Last Breath
02. Seeing Red
03. Rational Eyes
04. As I Destruct
06. A New Beginning
11. When All Is Said And Done
THREAT SIGNAL's music can be described as "low-end, syncopated thrash, with melody intertwined," according to a press release. "The band was fed up with groups playing whiny emotional songs about girls, and also with the simplicity of nu-metal. THREAT SIGNAL combines the complexity of old school and European thrash music with de-tuned, technical syncopation, as well as melodic singing and musical passages. The band's influences include SOILWORK, FEAR FACTORY, PANTERA, MESHUGGAH, and MUDVAYNE."
Check out a couple of THREAT SIGNAL songs at this location.
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