Seattle WA, April 25th, 2008 - Seattle-area metal band Slave Traitor has wrapped recording the follow up to the 2006 release, Black Narcissus. Legendary producer Jack Endino engineered and mixed the six-song EP. Endino`s recent work includes High on Fire`s Death Is This Communion, available on Relapse Records.
The EP, Man Infest Destiny, was tracked and mixed in four days at Seattle`s Soundhouse Studio in mid-April. Slave Traitor will self-release and promote the record while also shopping labels. The EP is set to come out this summer.
Featuring the triple vocals of bassist Marc Burno, guitarist Eric Kempton, and guitarist Jake Willanger, along with drummer Steve Hass, Slave Traitor is ready to provide the US and the rest of the world of the shape of things to come from this band of turn-coats and cut-throats.
Making a name for themselves in Seattle`s music scene, Slave Traitor play an aggressive brand of metal. Having played with High on Fire, Down, Kylesa, and Rwake over the past year, Slave Traitor pulled back from playing live to focus on song writing.
Slave Traitor has been working on new material the past six months. Bass player and one of the vocalists, Marc Burno said, "It was the smoothest recording experience I`ve ever had. Jack`s attitude and methodology fit well with us. We felt comfortable and were able to execute".
Slave Traitor return to performing live on May 31 when they play Seattle`s Funhouse along with Alternative Tentacles edu-core band Bloodhag and Crucial Blast`s Black Elk.
For more information, visit www.myspace.com/slavetraitor.