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THRESHOLD ANNOUNCE NEW ALBUM TITLE

Discussion in 'Threshold' started by Richard West, Dec 12, 2011.

  1. Richard West

    Richard West Threshold

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    The new THRESHOLD album will be called "March of Progress" and is due for release through Nuclear Blast Records in 2012.

    The provisional song titles on the new album are 'Ashes', 'Return of the Thought Police', 'Colophon', 'Staring at the Sun', 'Liberty Complacency Dependency', 'Divinity', 'The Hours', 'Don't Look Down', 'That's Why we Came', 'The Rubicon' & 'Coda'.
     
  2. LavagesOfTime

    LavagesOfTime evangelist of Threshold

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    looks like the "mood" of the songs is going to be similiar to Dead Reckoning
     
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    I hope it's sooner than later in 2012.
     
  4. Defiance

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    Yeaaaaah!!!! This is superb news; made my day! Really like the titles, especially the thinkpol one.
     
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    The mood is like Dead Reckoning? Sorry, I have to disagree. Dead Reckoning was mostly about aviation. The sound, however, might be similar to Dead Reckoning (and Subsurface). They already progressed some since the first three albums, where the sound is slightly different. Still Threshold and awesome, but Wounded Land sounds different from Subsurface, and not just the vocals or lyrics. Or maybe their sound has progressed now as well?

    The mood these song titles bring forth to my mind is rather...futuristic, technologic, industrial, machinary, scientific.

    Not that I expect Threshold to suddenly turn industrial or EBM (though I wouldn't mind a few influences). That's just what I think when seeing the titles. March Of Progress also hints towards a progression in sound, or a progression of humanity...into the future.

    Seems slightly familiar. You know, Clone? And Virtual Isolation as well. Threshold's covered such topics before, and that turned out great.
     
  6. forgottenglory

    forgottenglory Earth. Soul. Rock n' Roll

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    I hope the arrangements will be more challenging and progressive than Dead Reckoning with longer guitar solos! Yeah, I know I've said that a million times before!
     
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    I think it's at least 5 or 6 millions :tickled:
     
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    I wonder what'll be the style of the album.
     

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