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4.04 | 474 ratings

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5 stars Damian Wilson is back with his beautiful voice, the music is still the same, full of great melodies, songs with a lot of catchy chorus. The guitar of Karl Groom is always shinning with some exquisite solos, the rhythm section is solid and the keyboards of Richard West are efficient as background. The combination of all these elements have created a texture that make the music of Threshold something very consistent. The quality of the compositions is in their ability to unite the metal with the neo-prog approach without falling in too much complexity and technicality.

After listening many times to this release, i get the feeling that there is something more in this one than the previous one. They have surpassed themselves with some stronger parts that seems new to me, despite the fact that their style doesn't allow for a lot of diversity. Maybe the comeback of Damian Wilson is the beginning of a new chapter for the band in their quest to be one of the leader in the progressive metal genre.

rdtprog | 5/5 |


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