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Threshold - Legends of the Shires album mp3
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    Legends of the Shires
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    Heavy Metal
  • Date of release:
    September 8, 2017
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    1376 megabytes
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    1411 megabytes
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Legends Of The Shires. Released on: 2017-09-08. Page of. THRESHOLD Legends of the shires DIGIPAK. The results of what must surely be the most productive chapter in THRESHOLD history are showcased with glorious finesse and bombastic exuberance on Legends Of The Shires, a colossal double album full of the most vivid, vivacious and supremely confident music that the band have ever recorded. In contrast to the more straight-ahead heaviness and traditional structures of 2014’s For The Journey, the new album is an admirable exercise in flexing creative muscles and revelling in exploratory flair. It also feels very much like the start of a new era in THRESHOLD’s illustrious story

Legends of the Shires is the eleventh studio album by progressive metal band Threshold, released on September 8, 2017. It is the first album to feature vocalist Glynn Morgan since the band's second album Psychedelicatessen; Morgan returned to Threshold following Damian Wilson's departure in 2017. The album is a concept album about "a nation trying to find itself" according to lyricist Steve Anderson

Legends of the Shires' is an excellent introduction to Threshold's music, while longtime fans of the band will find plenty of things to be excited about as well. I knew the band mostly by reputation, so was excited to delve into the album, and the band. I was not disappointed. Although it is a concept album I can’t say much about the overall plot of the story

Legends Of The Shires is a music studio album recording by THRESHOLD (Progressive Metal/Progressive Rock) released in 2017 on cd, lp, vinyl and/or cassette. The leader of the British Prog Metal is back with a big double album of gorgeous melodies crafted by talented musicians including the solid vocals of Glynn Morgan back in the band after more than 20 years. His voice is more delicate than the last 2 Threshold vocalists and suitable for that kind of music.

British progressive metallers THRESHOLD will release their new album, "Legends Of The Shires", on September 8 via Nuclear Blast. The lyric video for the first single from the disc, the ultra-prog epic "Lost In Translation", which has a running time of over ten minutes, can be seen below.

Legends of the Shires. Disc One. The Shire (Part 1). Small Dark Lines. The Man Who Saw Through Time.


Threshold - Primary Artist

Track List - Disc 1

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 The Shire, Pt. 1 Threshold
2 Small Dark Lines Threshold
3 The Man Who Saw Through Time Threshold
4 Trust the Process Threshold
5 Stars and Satellites Threshold
6 On the Edge Threshold

Track List - Disc 2

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 The Shire, Pt. 2 Threshold
2 Snowblind Threshold
3 Subliminal Freeways Threshold
4 State of Independence Threshold
5 Superior Machine Threshold
6 The Shire, Pt. 3 Threshold
7 Lost in Translation Threshold
8 Swallowed Threshold

By way of being subjective and impression ridden rather than analytical this time around - I'd describe this mammoth work as highly enjoyable and meaningful. Yes esthetics are bitterly missed in contemporary rock, and that's where this outfit snuggly fits in. Tunes are diverse, arrangements complex and artsy, delivery honest - what more could one ask for. I entered "The Man Who Saw Through Time" in my personal Summer '17 playlist which was requested by the album's distributor in Russia, Soyuz Music, as - to me - the most vehement and the least fuzz/overdrive laden number on the album. I believe in old school rock with lot of personal space around instruments which is always a problem for overdone and mixed guitar parts. Luckily this band have always allowed for great sexy vocals and rich analog keyboards, line-up changes notwithstanding. This album is another perfect exponent of this approach.