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From their website:

 

Threshold reveal "For The Journey" artwork and more
07.07.2014

It is official! Here is the artwork, track list and more information about the upcoming album "For The Journey".

The album was produced by Karl Groom and Richard West at Thin Ice Studios in England and mastered by Mika Jussila at Finnvox in Finland and will be released on September 19, 2014 via Nuclear Blast.

Commented Richard West: "For The Journey is one of our strongest albums and one of the most enjoyable to make. I've probably heard it a thousand times during the recording process, but now that's it's over I still can't stop listening to it!"

 

 

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Tracklist:

 

01. Watchtower on the Moon
02. Unforgiven
03. The Box
04. Turned to Dust
05. Lost in your Memory
06. Autumn Red
07. The Mystery Show
08. Siren Sky
09. I Wish I Could (digipak, vinyl and digital versions)
10. Lost in your Memory (acoustic version) (vinyl and digital versions)

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Woot. The last one was a corker! Hope they follow suit...

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Backed

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This could be a biggie!!

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A definite pickup....

 

same here. I enjoyed the last one and this is a must have.

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Can't see me listening to this one, but I dig the cover art.

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Everything, it seems, is in top order :banger:

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That song is way too familiar to me....borrowing heavily from Subsurface era is it??

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Overall it seems much lighter than the last album. More atmospheric/ballad tracks. I'm not sure if this is a good thing. I'll reserve judgment until I hear the whole album.

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'Turned To Dust' is a killer track...Majorly looking forward to this dropping in a couple of weeks.

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I miss Mac.

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Am giving this one a thorough listen... and I don't know what happened between last year and this year to my perception of Threshold. I *really* enjoyed March of Progress, but this one bores me to tears. I have a hard time making it through the album in one sitting, as all the songs blur together. It's too "samey" across the board.

 

I think I need to let it sit and come back to it after a few days/weeks, because I'm really NOT enjoying it and I'm not entirely sure why. :(

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Ill tell you why....because they have just rehashed every riff and melody from the subsurface / dead reckoning era and incorporated them into substandard average songs.

 

 

I too really enjoyed March Of Progress but this might be where I finally climb off the Threshold boat.

Incredible discography but this sounds tired to me....

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I miss Mac.

 

 

Am giving this one a thorough listen... and I don't know what happened between last year and this year to my perception of Threshold. I *really* enjoyed March of Progress, but this one bores me to tears. I have a hard time making it through the album in one sitting, as all the songs blur together. It's too "samey" across the board.

 

I think I need to let it sit and come back to it after a few days/weeks, because I'm really NOT enjoying it and I'm not entirely sure why. :(

What those guys said!

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Certainly can appreciate the 'tired' and 'slower' comments from the good folk here, although maybe just me but not quite hearing the borrowed and recycled riffs from the Subsurface era hmmm...

 

Regardless this got my album of the year 2014 and return to this recod often, but that said of the two Wilson returns gotta say now prefer March Of Progress over this one but back to back they make fer a tasty days listen \m/ And kudos to major winner Autumn Red and classy fun bonus track shoulda been included in standard edition regular trackplay WTF :screwy:

 

Rating this an 8.5 previous ear bender MOP a 9

 

Oh and fer anyone still considering, the packaging is classy with lottsa notes and comments fer each track (and why indeed the bonus song was left off the standard editions - good stuff!)

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