Threat Signal Issues Band Status Update
Threat Signal front man Jon Howard has checked in with the following announcement about working on a new album and band member lineup changes:
"A LOT happened in 2010 and it’s been a great year for us. So here is an update of where we are at, and where we are headed in 2011. First, I’d like to thank all of the crazy fans in Europe for supporting our first European tour. We had a blast playing for you in November/December and we hope to cross the pond again real soon to shred some faces!
"Second, I’d like to announce two new members of the Threat Signal camp. We destroyed Europe with these guys, and we couldn’t be more excited with the sound of the band right now and what the future holds together. Replacing Norm Killeen on drums is Alex Rudinger from Frederick MD, USA. I caught wind of Alex’s drumming through Youtube. He has a large number of drumming videos including covers, and originals. My jaw dropped when I first saw this kid play! Check it out at at this location.
"Replacing Adam Weber on guitar is Chris Feener from Grand Falls-Windsor, Newfoundland, Canada. Chris also has a ton of self recorded videos on youtube.com. I haven’t seen a guy shred like this in a long time! Have a look at this location.
"A BIG thank you to Norm and Adam for their hard work in Threat Signal over the years. It was a mutual decision between us all to part ways, and there are no hard feeling what so ever. We are still great friends. We shared some amazing times together and we will never forget that. We love you guys and wish you all the best.
"Lastly, we are currently writing our third album and plan to hit the studio sometime in the spring. We’ll keep you updated on our progress. All I can say for now is that the new material is heavier than anything we’ve done before! Get ready kids, TS is gonna tear you some new holes this year!"
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