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Label: Nuclear Blast
|2.||Return of the Thought Police||Listen|
|3.||Staring at the Sun||Listen|
|4.||Liberty Complacency Dependency||Listen|
|7.||That's Why We Came||Listen|
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|From: lost-soul||Date: February 25, 2013 at 19:13|
|Why hasn't anyone commented on this yet? It's another freakin excellent album from Threshold!!! Stand out tracks for me is the cd-single "Ashes", "Staring at the Sun" and "The Hours". Damian Wilson makes a great job on the vocals and every song is well crafted with tasteful melodies, big hooks and great solos (me likey)|
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|From: Jez||Date: April 29, 2013 at 15:37|
|This band have never put out a bad album imo and in some cases ('Hypothetical', 'Dead Reckoning', 'Clone', 'Wounded Land') have released some of the best Prog metal there is to be heard. Macs untimely death left a big whole for sure, but Damian Wilson has always been a quality front man with the voice to match and has stepped back into the fold and done a superb job on here. Some of the material is slightly less commercial in places than the last few albums and takes a few spins to fully appreciate (there is over 75 minutes of stuff to get your ears around) but this is a really very good album indeed.|
|From: Wardy||Date: October 24, 2014 at 23:12|
|Surprisingly MOP my first listen to Threshold & was hands down one of the best kicks to the head these ears had received in quite some time. Stunning record so much to enjoy couple years down the track still discovering new thing to like. Have explored the back catalog since, Threshold probably one of the best prog bands out there. MOP remains the preferred listen or at least until ForTheJourney hit last month. Wilson has a beautiful voice, strong on emotion & range to boot. Highlights are most but the epic singalongs The Rubicon & The Hours standout, Colophon succeeds in Tool like bass noodling & a stunning chorus, Ashes kicks off perfectly and Coda another short but killer piece of prog. In the wake of Mac's passing (RIP) Threshold did good getting Damian back on voice & deliver a near masterpiece. Much like their entire catalog, MOP will stand well the tests of time, particularly now sitting perfectly alongside partner in progress For The Journey. Highly recommended Rating 9|
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