Drummer Alex Rüdinger has quit Threat Signal.
In a statement to Blabbermouth, dude says “A lot has been changing for me in recent months and I’ve decided that it is time to move on from Threat Signal and pursue other things. I made some good friends in that band and had some good experiences. I wish them all the best of luck with their future musical endeavors.”
What’s been changing, Alex? That’s a very vague statement to make. I think he wants to quit so he can go hunt cougar. I hear he’s into older broads.
“I have some new and exciting things going on and I couldn’t be more stoked about them. An announcement will be made on the topic in the near future, so be on the lookout!”
Threat Signal’s third, self-titled album was released last October through Nuclear Blast Records.
The CD was recorded at Planet Z studios in Hadley, Massachusetts, with producer Chris “Zeuss” Harris.
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