SENATE Tap THREAT SIGNAL Bassist For Debut Album

Canadian metallers SENATE have announced that Marco Bressette from Nuclear Blast recording artists THREAT SIGNAL will be playing bass on their upcoming album. "Marco is a very talented musician and has become a good friend to the band, and his presence will further raise the bar for the record," the group write in a press release. The CD will be recorded in June at Silo Studios in Hamilton, Ontario with producer Julius "Juice" Butty (ALEXISONFIRE, PROTEST THE HERO) and will contain the following nine tracks:

01. War Without End, Amen
02. Draconis
03. Queen of Sorrow
04. Anti
05. Crucifixer
06. Speak To Me In Binary
07. Whispers
08. Recommit Rising
09. Victorious Hatred

As previously reported, SENATE have also tapped MARTYR drummer Patrice Hamelin to play on the upcoming album.

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