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Category: Prog Metal
Label: Nuclear Blast
Catalog Number: 27361 3001-6
|1.||Watchtower On The Moon|
|4.||Turned To Dust|
|5.||Lost In Your Memory|
|7.||The Mystery Show|
|9.||I Wish I Could digipak bonus track|
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|From: Wardy||Date: October 24, 2014 at 23:40|
|Magnificent! Perhaps slower overall but less is more being their friend, For The Journey is the perfect followup to March Of Progress & will be damn hard to beat. Wilson mesmerizes with another wonderful vocal performances & here the songs go deeper, further into the psyche. Initially felt not as instant as its predecessor but this record continues to reveal itself even moreso than MOP with repeat listens. Watchtower On The Moon, Turned To Dust & personal fave Autumn Red are the rockers, none quite the epics this time but deliver regardless. Epic is instead held over for The Box which weaves its way through acoustic interludes and guitar riffery (just what's inside The Box anyone's guess). Early opinions varied but think that was essentially due to a perceived lack of up&go or anything too different, but any Threshold fan should see past that and find this a hugely rewarding listen & yet another record up to the lofty high standards these guys continue to deliver - Splendid! Rating 9|
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