Old-school San Francisco Bay Area thrashers POTENTIAL THREAT SF have inked a deal with Old School Metal Records. The band's full-length debut is scheduled for release in the August/September. The CD was recorded at Get Reel Studios in San Francisco with producer/engineer Guy Higbey, who was at the helm of the band's well-received 2005 demo, "2.0 EP".

Commented Patrick Ramseier, CEO of OSM Records: "We are very excited to welcome POTENTIAL THREAT SF to our family. They have that old-school crossover vibe that we love."

Formed in 2001, POTENTIAL THREAT SF's influeces range from New York hardcore such as SICK OF IT ALL and the CRO-MAGS to the aggressive music styles of SLAYER and METALLICA.


Mike Noble - Guitar, Vocals
Kenny Noble - Drums, Vocals
Damien Sisson - Bass, Vocals


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