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3.96 | 251 ratings

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5 stars First of all, I own all THReSHoLD CD's and the fact is that they are the best "progressive" metal band of today music. They have (after a lot of albums) proven once more that they can do the best "catchy" prog-metal and each album grow in you every time you listen to it. Subsurface is without any doubt, one of the best of THReSHoLD. Each riff is well constructed, each lyrics lines send a "white" kind of light in our head. I love their lyrics because the "white-metal" genre is always a good and realism projector of the reality. The album concept is well conceived and creative. Each songs can make you thinking about the true sense of life. The production on Subsurface is probably the best since the 1994's Psychedelicatessen. All the good mixtures are here, only on one CD; Great "addictive" riffs, great production, great concept, great bass-lines (by the way, the new bass player Steve Anderson kick ass!) and great drum-lines (Johanne James is very technical!). Go to buy this album if you don't have it, and if you like it and want to discover THReSHoLD once more, dive into Extinct Instinct and Hypothetical (among the others, each albums are good!). Finally, 11/10 is the score that I give to Subsurface. THReSHoLD have proven that they are the best, yeah, the best!!
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