THREAT SIGNAL Announces New Bassist
Canadian metallers THREAT SIGNAL have announced the addition of bassist Pat from Pickering, Ontario to the group's ranks. Check out photos of the new lineup at this location.
As previously reported, THREAT SIGNAL recently posted a self-produced video for the song "Counterbalance" at YouTube.com. The clip features footage of the band on the road, in the studio with producer Christian Olde Wolbers of FEAR FACTORY, snippets from the "Rational Eyes" production video shoot, and plenty of live footage from North American shows as well as the band's recent appearance at Germany's Earthshaker Fest.
THREAT SIGNAL will hit the road in October 5 for a five-week North American tour supporting SOILWORK, DARKEST HOUR and MNEMIC, sponsored by Decibel magazine. "I've always been a huge fan of SOILWORK, and our band is actually influenced by SOILWORK," admits vocalist Jon Howard. "I must have seen that band perform at least five times last year, and every show I was wishing we could open for them. Now we are."
The entire list of tour dates can be found at www.threatsignal.com.
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