18:15 - Overrwatcher Borgore was part of a metalcore band on early Sumerian, he was grandfathered in. I mostly see his releases on Spinnin Records anyway. Coming from someone who likes dubstep, he's not very good.
The lyric video for the song "Don't Look Down" has been released and is now available for viewing below. The song comes off Threshold's newest album, March Of Progress, which was released last month in Europe and will hit stores in North America on September 11th under Nuclear Blast. Patrick Häberli created the video.
In other news, Nuclear Blast is offering the Definitive Editions - a series of reissues of the entire Threshold discography (except for the band's 2007 Nuclear Blast debut Dead Reckoning), including extensive bonus material. The Definitive Editions of the band's debut record Wounded Land (1993) and the follow-up Psychedelicatessen (1994) are out now and you can order your copies at the Nuclear Blast web shop.
Guitarist and founding member Karl Groom states: "It is exciting to see Nuclear Blast releasing the Definitive Editions of each album now. This is where it all began and where Threshold set its style!"
Heard this yesterday and I think it's a pretty decent song (probably one of those that'll grow each time I hear it). I think these guys are still doing a great job, and Damian seems to be re-fitting perfectly. This album will probably be much better than I feared it would be, and I'm so glad for it.