THREAT SIGNAL To Tour Canadian East Coast With THE END
Fresh off their tour with ALL THAT REMAINS, PROTEST THE HERO, BLESS THE FALLEN and THE HOLLY SPRINGS DISASTER, THREAT SIGNAL is hitting the road once again! Soon to embark on a Canadian trek with Relapse recording artist THE END, THREAT SIGNAL vocalist Jon Howard offered his thoughts on the excursion:
"We are extremely excited to bring a little homegrown metal to East Coast Canada for the first time with our fellow Canadians, THE END. I hear they are excellent lobster trappers, which complements THREAT SIGNAL nicely since we specialize in catching crabs — haha! Just kidding, ladies. East Coast metal fans, you better put on your party shoes and get ready to have your faces melted. THREAT SIGNAL is coming to town!"
Confirmed Canadian dates at this time:
Jun. 20 - Elwoods - Saint John, NB
Jun. 21 - The Arts Guild - Charlottetown, PE
Jun. 22 - The Attic - Halifax, NS
Jun. 23 - St. Albans Hall - Sydney, NS
Jun. 25 - The Paramount - Moncton, NB
Jun. 26 - The Basement - Saint John, NB
Jun. 27 - Marysville Legion - Fredericton, NB
THREAT SIGNAL's debut album, "Under Reprisal", was released on August 22, 2006 in North America via Nuclear Blast Records.
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