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THREAT SIGNAL Announce Initial North American Tour Dates With SIRENIA



Canadian metal powerhouse THREAT SIGNAL reveal North American tour plans in support of their new album "Disconnect", released in November on Agonia Records. The band will hit the road as main support to Norway's symphonic/gothic metal heroes SIRENIA in spring of 2018. The initial 15 dates will run through April 29th in Brooklyn (NY), while more dates are expected to be announced soon.

Additional support will come from Valinor Excelsior (Colombia), with Graveshadow, Niviane and Dire Peril sharing the bill on selected dates.

Initial dates:
04/06/18 - Spartanburg, SC @ Ground Zero
04/08/18 - Atlanta, GA @ The Masquerade (Hell)
04/10/18 - Austin, TX @ Come and Take it Live!
04/11/18 - Fort Worth @ TX Rail Club
04/13/18 - Mesa, AZ @ Club Red
04/17/18 - Seattle, WA @ Studio Seven
04/18/18 - Vancouver, BC @ Rickshaw Theatre
04/20/18 - Calgary, AB @ Dickens Pub
04/22/18 - Winnipeg, MB @ Handsome Daughter
04/24/18 - Chicago, IL @ Reggie's
04/25/18 - Detroit, MI @ Harpo's
04/26/18 - Toronto, ON @ The Garrison
04/27/18 - Montreal, QC @ Katacombes
04/28/18 - Hartford, CT @ Webster Underground
04/29/18 - Brooklyn, NY @ The Kingsland

THREAT SIGNAL's fourth studio album "Disconnect" - recorded and produced by vocalist Jon Howard and lead guitarist Travis Montgomery - was released to acclaim in November, making its way to Billboard and selling more copies than its self-titled predecessor in its first week of release. From the enticing album opener "Elimination Process" (watch drum playthrough), through the feisty melodic whirlwind of "Exit The Matrix" (see lyric video), all the way to the epic "Terminal Madness", the band returns with a punch after a little over six years since the release of their previous material.

Having performed with act's such as Children Of Bodom, Soilwork, Motorhead, Saxon, Opeth, Kataklysm, Hatebreed, Epica, Arch Enemy, and most recently Vader and Hate Eternal, THREAT SIGNAL are more than capable of giving a highly energetic performance that matches their potential and intensity.


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