March of Progress (album)

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March of Progress
Threshold March of Progress.jpg
Studio album by Threshold
Released24 August 2012 (Europe)
27 August 2012 (UK)/(EU)
September 11, 2012 (USA)
Recorded2012
GenreProgressive metal
Length1:15:34
LabelNuclear Blast
Threshold chronology
Dead Reckoning
(2007)
March of Progress
(2012)
For the Journey
(2014)
Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
Allmusic3.5/5 stars [1]

March of Progress is the ninth studio album (and sixteenth overall) by progressive metal band Threshold. It is the first studio album on which original lead vocalist Damian Wilson sings since his return in 2007. It is also their second album on their current label, Nuclear Blast. The Limited Edition includes a bonus track, "Divinity."

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Ashes" – 6:51 (Groom/West)
  2. "Return Of The Thought Police" – 6:09 (Groom/West)
  3. "Staring At The Sun" – 4:25 (West)
  4. "Liberty, Complacency, Dependency" – 7:48 (Groom/West)
  5. "Colophon" – 6:00 (West)
  6. "The Hours" – 8:15 (West/Anderson)
  7. "That's Why We Came" – 5:40 (Wilson)
  8. "Don't Look Down" – 8:12 (Groom/West)
  9. "Coda" – 5:24 (Morten)
  10. "The Rubicon" - 10:25 (Groom/West)
  11. "Divinity" (Bonus Track) (Morten) - 06:27

Bonus track on Limited Edition US (NB-2342-2) and Digipack (NB-2342-0) releases.

Musicians[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ March of Progress, at Allmusic.