Threshold - Hypothetical CD (album) cover




Progressive Metal

3.95 | 221 ratings

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5 stars Songs of the highest level we find here without doubt. Because "hypothetical" is perhaps the most interesting album of this British prog-metal band, this work has all the elements that must have a great prog-metal work; force, category, inspiration, technique (without excesses) and excellent musicians. Personally I like songs like: "light and space" and "narcissus" absolutely powerful hymns inside the album. In my personal opinion Andrew McDermott has a great performance during this record (inspired) and finally i can say that Threshold found in this album their characteristic sound and made their proposal more attractive to all followers of the progressive metal in general.

I don't know for you, but for me this is a future classic prog-metal album.

Threshold rulezzz...

| 5/5 |


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