News•August 1, 2006 11:32 PM ET•3,297 views
Threat Signal guitarist leaves band
Official press release: Rich Howard, guitarist for the newly signed Canadian band Threat Signal, has left the band to pursue other life goals. "We totally respect his decision and wish him the best of luck in the future," commented vocalist Jon Howard via their official website. "Rich, your time in the band was amazing and we'll never forget the kick-ass riffage you threw down!" Howard will play the remaining shows on the band's August itinerary. Afterwards, current bassist Marco Bressette will take over guitar duties. Due to the recent turn of events, Threat Signal is in urgent need of a new bassist for the band's upcoming October/November North American tour with label mates Soilwork and Mnemic. According to the band, here's what they're looking for: "A dude who can slay a bass like a guitar, must use a pick, have professional gear, willing (and able) to tour the world and make Threat Signal his top priority." Interested parties are encouraged to contact the band here.
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