THRESHOLD Launch 2024 Remix & Reissue Campaign, Starting With “Wounded Land” And “Psychedelicatessen” Albums

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Formed in leafy Surrey in the late ’80s, Threshold truly blossomed in the following decade and swiftly established themselves as the U.K.’s chief progressive metal standard bearers. From 1993’s “Wounded Land” debut onwards, the enduring creative core of guitarist Karl Groom and keyboard maestro Richard West constructed a unique strain of heavy progressive music, combining incisive melodies, thought-provoking lyrics, and intricate but thunderous arrangements. 

Threshold have marched inexorably forward across three decades of creative fervor, arguably hitting a new peak of potency on the conceptual and musical feast of 2017’s “Legends Of The Shires.

With vocalist Glynn Morgan back in the fold, the Brits’ enduring line-up of Groom, West, drummer Johanne James, and bassist Steve Anderson somehow pushed themselves to new heights receiving widespread critical acclaim. The band’s latest (and 12th) studio album, “Dividing Lines,” was darker, heavier, and even more adventurous than its predecessor, boasting some of the most wildly inventive and melodically potent material they have ever recorded.

Now the band has embarked on a comprehensive re-issue campaign of their earlier releases, newly remixed and remastered in 2024 including fresh new vinyl formats and CDs with bonus material.

Kicking off with the aforementioned debut “Wounded Land” (featuring Damian Wilson on vocals) and ‘1994’s “Psychedelicatessen” (where Glynn Morgan was recruited to front the band). The band will also embark on the career-spanning  ‘Threshold Through Time’ tour across Europe this October.

“Wounded Land” re-issue formats (Order here):

  • 2LP, transparent green, limited 1100 copies
  • CD              

“Psychedelicatessen” re-issue formats (Order here):

  • 2LP, transparent violet, limited 1100 copies
  • CD
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