Release date: 19 September 2014
Style: Progressive metal

Rating:

8.2 | 101 votes

Owners:

73 have it
26 want it


01. Watchtower On The Moon
02. Unforgiven
03. The Box
04. Turned To Dust
05. Lost In Your Memory
06. Autumn Red
07. The Mystery Show
08. Siren Sky
09. I Wish I Could [digipack, vinyl, and download bonus]
10. Lost In Your Memory [acoustic version][vinyl and download bonus]

Review


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Cover artwork by Leszek Bujnowski.

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published 30.09.2014 | Comments (6)

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John Shock - 11.07.2014 at 00:17  
  Even more excited and anxious now...for the journey Threshold! \m/
annodomini - 18.09.2014 at 08:50  
  Sadly, but weaker than March of Progress, which was amazing. The only song that gave chills similar to previous release was "The Mystery Show". Overall it's not a bad release, but when you know what these guys can do, you expect much more. Now lets hope that Headspace will keep their level.
DeathSlyzer - 18.09.2014 at 20:32  
Rating: 10 Oh man. This album was pretty awesome! Don't know if it can surpass March of Progress, but time will tell. Love "The Box" and "Lost in Your Memory" and the overall atmosphere of the album is great!
robpal - 19.09.2014 at 00:04  
Rating: 9 This is just fantastic. A tiny bit weaker than MoP, but still amazing.
Joodicator - 19.09.2014 at 00:13  
  In terms of the quality you can expect from Threshold, many of the songs are average, with a couple being pretty good. That said, The Box might be the best song they've ever done.

I think my main gripe is that it's their shortest album yet. I like my Thresh albums long and March of Progress certainly delivered in that respect.

I'm optimistic about it though - this one's going to be a grower, methinks. March of Progress was the kind of album I played over and over once I got it, but this one might get better as time goes by.
BlankFile - 24.09.2014 at 17:18  
Rating: 9 Its better than March of Progress wich was excellent aswell. I think we see a clear evolution in the band for the better.
BlankFile - 24.09.2014 at 17:20  
Rating: 9 By the way, "The Box" is a phenomenal song. And i must say this is one of the best CD´s of Threshold in terms of Choruses. Really well made and catchy!
Incalus - 26.09.2014 at 01:11  
Rating: 9
Written by BlankFile on 24.09.2014 at 17:20

By the way, "The Box" is a phenomenal song. And i must say this is one of the best CD´s of Threshold in terms of Choruses. Really well made and catchy!



Siren Sky and The Box....
Darrek - 28.09.2014 at 18:47  
  So happy this band will keep on going, and going, and going !
musicalkaratekid - 30.09.2014 at 16:36  
Rating: 7 I'm hearing a lot of influences on this album, from the AOR style of "Lost in your Memory" to the much heavier, more aggressive likes of "Turned to Dust". There's even a bit of neo-prog in the same vein of IQ in "Autumn Red", but I think that Threshold's musical talent is best shown through the eye-opening "The Box", and to a slightly lesser degree on the lovely "Siren Sky". The problem is that to me these two songs seem to render the others less memorable and somewhat weaker in terms of quality and ambition, but it's not a particularly big problem given that the album is very consistent in general. Perhaps not one of the best prog metal albums of 2014, but certainly one of the year's finer releases.
Joodicator - 06.10.2014 at 19:27  
 
Written by musicalkaratekid on 30.09.2014 at 16:36

I'm hearing a lot of influences on this album, from the AOR style of "Lost in your Memory" to the much heavier, more aggressive likes of "Turned to Dust". There's even a bit of neo-prog in the same vein of IQ in "Autumn Red", but I think that Threshold's musical talent is best shown through the eye-opening "The Box", and to a slightly lesser degree on the lovely "Siren Sky". The problem is that to me these two songs seem to render the others less memorable and somewhat weaker in terms of quality and ambition, but it's not a particularly big problem given that the album is very consistent in general. Perhaps not one of the best prog metal albums of 2014, but certainly one of the year's finer releases.


Exactly how I feel about the album. Whenever I want to listen to new Threshold, I always go straight for The Box instead of any of the other songs.
Sword_Chant - 12.10.2014 at 13:49  
Rating: 7 I tried to get into this album but I just couldn't for some reason, the first couple of songs were decent though.

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