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Threshold

 

Progressive Metal

3.74 | 94 ratings

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voliveira
5 stars 9/10

Now, this is the masterpiece I knew Threshold could give me. I mean, their previous albums were all great, but none I tried to give a rating of 5 stars, what happened to Clone. What explains this? I do not know, but maybe the Mac input is an important factor. Listening to him here I can see that the three vocalists the band has had it's definitely the best (even if Damian Wilson and Glynn Morgan are also great). It is sad to know that one of the best voices in the progressive metal bade farewell to the world in 2011, but I think a way to honor his memory is enjoying his work with the band here.

All songs are great in their own right. Well, I would say Lovelorn and Voyager II are slightly below average, but they are still good songs, then the level of the others is phenomenal. At the time of writing this just to hear once again the ballad Sunrise on Mars, and I feel compelled to say, this band knows how to make ballads! I know they can sound AOR, corny or whatever, but I have a weakness for this kind of music and Threshold can do very well. Other highlights are the great Angels, The Latent Gene, the ballad Goodbye to Change and Mother Earth.

4.5 stars \ o /

voliveira | 5/5 |

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