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|Released||October 11, 2011|
|Recorded||June–July 2011 At Planet-Z In Hadley, Massachusetts|
|Threat Signal chronology|
Threat Signal is the third official full-length studio album by the Canadian melodic death metal band Threat Signal.
All lyrics are written by Jon Howard; all music is composed by Threat Signal.
|3.||"New World Order"||5:49|
|4.||"Trust In None"||6:14|
|5.||"Face the Day"||4:17|
|8.||"Death Before Dishonor"||4:55|
|10.||"Resistance" (bonus track)||3:10|
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