Contents 1 History 2 Personnel 2.1 Timeline 3 Discography 3.1 Studio albums 3.2 Compilations 3.3 Live albums 3.4 DVD 3.5 Singles 3.6 Music videos 3.7 Remixes and rarities album 4 References 5 External links

History[edit] 1988 - 1992 Threshold began their career in 1988, initially playing covers of metal groups like Ratt and Testament. As they continued playing together, they began to write their own songs, and eventually stopped playing covers altogether. Early recordings were released locally on cassette under the band name "If Not, Why?". They played their first gig at The Compasses in Egham, Surrey, with Jon Jeary on vocals and Ian Bennett on bass. In 1992, they signed their first record deal, and after adding vocalist Damian Wilson to the group alongside guitarists Karl Groom and Nick Midson, bassist Jon Jeary and drummer Tony Grinham, produced their first commercial recording, "Intervention," which was released on a Dutch progressive rock compilation album. Shortly afterwards, keyboardist Richard West joined the band, and he remains with them to this day. 1993 - 1999 The band's debut album, Wounded Land, was released in 1993, taking its name and some thematic elements from Stephen R. Donaldson's novel of the same name. Wilson was unavailable to join the band for the follow-up tour, and so Glynn Morgan was recruited to replace him. He sang on the band's 1994 second recording, Psychedelicatessen, which spawned a music video for the song "Innocent," the band's first. The following year, Morgan and the band toured Europe and recorded some of their performances for the short live album, Livedelica. Threshold took a break before their next effort, during which time Morgan and then-drummer Jay Micciche left to form Mindfeed. Rather than finding an unknown singer to replace him, the band turned again to Damian Wilson, and together they recorded 1997's Extinct Instinct. They followed this with another tour of Europe, this time supported by Enchant. Additionally, Johanne James, the band's current drummer, played with them for the first time during this tour. Wilson was unavailable for their next album, so former Sargant Fury vocalist Andrew "Mac" McDermott, joined to record Clone and would remain with them until 2007. 2000 - 2005 In 2001, Threshold released Hypothetical, which saw Johanne James firmly cemented as the band's permanent drummer. Another lineup change occurred in 2003, when bassist Jon Jeary left and was replaced by Steve Anderson. Around this time the band also re-released their first three studio albums in Special Editions, with bonus tracks, a remastered sound, expanded liner notes and, in the case of Wounded Land and Psychedelicatessen, special CD-ROM content. Their newer albums, starting with Hypothetical, were released in Limited Editions, with similar bonus content. The albums Critical Mass (2002) and Subsurface (2004) followed, interspersed by the double live album and DVD Critical Energy.[1] Karl Groom and Pete Morten, 2015 2006 – present Threshold left their longtime label, InsideOut Music, in 2006 to join Nuclear Blast Records. The band released Dead Reckoning which spawned a music video for an edit of the song 'Pilot In The Sky Of Dreams'. The song also appeared on the 2008 movie soundtrack In the Name of the King: A Dungeon Siege Tale. This marks the first occasion of a song by the band appearing in a motion picture. In July 2007 vocalist Mac left the band and original singer Damian Wilson returned as Threshold's frontman for the first time in nearly a decade for the band's tour dates which extended into 2009. InsideOut Music released the first official Threshold compilation in November 2007. The album, titled "The Ravages of Time," is a two-disc set, covering all of the band's official albums from Wounded Land to Dead Reckoning. In 2009 the band released a limited edition eight-disc singles box set, including previously unreleased b-sides and brand new re-recordings of old demo songs released in other forms before, including Smile At the Moon, (which was debuted live on the 2009 Essence of Progression Tour), Shifting Sands, Half Way Home and Fist of Tongues. On 3 August 2011, former vocalist Andrew McDermott died of kidney failure. On 24 August 2012, Nuclear Blast announced the release of March of Progress. It was the first album to feature Damian Wilson on vocals since 1997. The album was followed on 19 September 2014 by the band's tenth studio album For the Journey.[2] In February 2017, Pete Morten left Threshold to focus on his own projects. In March 2017, Threshold announced that they had parted ways with vocalist Damian Wilson. The band stated that they will "start a new chapter without him" which was unexpected to Wilson but he has told them he respects their decision. Glynn Morgan, the band's former vocalist from 1994 to 1996 replaced Wilson for the album Legends of the Shires released in September 2017.

Personnel[edit] Current members Karl Groom - guitars (1988–present) Richard West - keyboards (1992–present) Glynn Morgan - lead vocals (1993-1996, 2017-present), guitars (live; 2017–present)[3] Johanne James - drums (2000–present) Steve Anderson - bass (2003–present) Former members Nick Midson - guitars (1988-2006) Jon Jeary - lead vocals (1988-1992), bass (1992-2003) Tony Grinham - drums (1988-1993) Pete Crawford - bass (1990-1992) Ian Bennett - bass (1988-1990) Nick Harradence - drums (1993-1994) Jay Micciche - drums (1994-1996) Mark Heaney - drums (1996-2000) Andrew "Mac" McDermott - lead vocals (1998-2007; died 2011) Pete Morten - guitars (2007–2017) Damian Wilson - lead vocals (1992-1993, 1996-1998, 2007–2017) Timeline[edit]

Discography[edit] Studio albums[edit] Year Album details Peak positions UK [4] UK (Rock) [5] AUT [6] FIN [7] FRA [8] GER [9] NLD [10] SWE [11] SWI [12] 1993 Wounded Land Label: GEP — — — — — — — — — 1994 Psychedelicatessen Label: GEP — — — — — — — — — 1997 Extinct Instinct Label: GEP — — — — — — — — — 1998 Clone Label: GEP — — — — — — — — — 2001 Hypothetical Label: Inside Out Music — — — — — — — — — 2002 Critical Mass Label: Inside Out Music — — — — — 78 — — — 2004 Subsurface Label: Inside Out Music — — — — — 66 — — — 2007 Dead Reckoning Label: Nuclear Blast — 37 — — — 64 95 — — 2012 March of Progress Label: Nuclear Blast — 23 55 — 102 28 70 43 30 2014 For the Journey Label: Nuclear Blast 116 3 71 33 118 33 74 — 19 2017 Legends of the Shires Label: Nuclear Blast 90 5 31 — 163 13 — — 14 "—" denotes releases that did not chart. Compilations[edit] The Ravages of Time - The Best Of Threshold (2007) Live albums[edit] Livedelica (1995) - also included in Special Edition of Psychedelicatessen. Concert in Paris (2002) Critical Energy (2004, 2CDs) - also included in Special Edition containing both 2CD and DVD versions. Surface to Stage (2006) European Journey (2015) DVD[edit] Critical Energy (2004) Singles[edit] Paradox Sunseeker Innocent Virtual Isolation Freaks Light and Space Phenomenon Mission Profile Pressure Pilot in the Sky of Dreams Supermassive Black Hole Watchtower On The Moon (2014)[13] Turned to Dust (2014) Unforgiven (2014)[14] Lost in Translation (2017) Small Dark Lines (2017) Music videos[edit] Innocent (1994) Fragmentation (acoustic version) (2003) Pressure (2004) Pilot In The Sky Of Dreams (2007) Staring At The Sun (2013) Unforgiven (2014) Small Dark Lines (2017) Remixes and rarities album[edit] Decadent (1999) - remixes and radio edits. Wireless: Acoustic Sessions (2003) - acoustic recordings. Replica (2004) - alternative versions and previously unreleased songs Paradox: The Singles Collection (2009) - eight CD singles box set.

References[edit] ^ Encyclopaedia Metallum: Threshold ^ Nuclear Blast: THRESHOLD - new masterpiece "For The Journey" out now! ^ Facebook: THRESHOLD have released the first official picture of their new line-up featuring returning vocalist Glynn Morgan. ^ Nuclear Blast Chart Entries > Threshold ^ Nuclear Blast Chart Entries > Threshold ^ Austrian Album Charts > Threshold ^ Finnish Album Charts > Threshold ^ Nuclear Blast Chart Entries > Threshold ^ German Album Charts > Threshold ^ Dutch Album Charts > Threshold ^ Swedish Album Charts > Threshold ^ Swiss Album Charts > Threshold ^ Nuclear Blast: THRESHOLD - release 'Watchtower On The Moon' single & lyric video ^ Nuclear Blast: THRESHOLD - premier their new video 'Unforgiven'

External links[edit] Wikimedia Commons has media related to Threshold. Official website Threshold on Facebook v t e Threshold Karl Groom Richard West Johanne James Steve Anderson Glynn Morgan Damian Wilson Andrew "Mac" McDermott Jon Jeary Nick Midson Pete Morten Mark Heaney Nick Harradence Tony Grinham Studio albums Wounded Land Psychedelicatessen Extinct Instinct Clone Hypothetical Critical Mass Subsurface Dead Reckoning March of Progress For the Journey Legends of the Shires Live albums Livedelica Critical Energy European Journey Compilations The Ravages of Time Videos Critical Energy Fan club albums Decadent Concert in Paris Wireless: Acoustic Sessions Replica Surface to Stage Paradox: The Singles Collction Authority control WorldCat Identities VIAF: 135100333 ISNI: 0000 0001 0723 190X SUDOC: 167224565 BNF: cb14054785v (data) MusicBrainz: ed021420-1f77-412e-8745-67567a886150 Retrieved from "" Categories: English progressive metal musical groupsMusical groups established in 1988Nuclear Blast Records artistsHidden categories: Use British English from July 2016Use dmy dates from April 2013Articles needing additional references from May 2014All articles needing additional referencesArticles with hCardsWikipedia articles with VIAF identifiersWikipedia articles with ISNI identifiersWikipedia articles with BNF identifiersWikipedia articles with MusicBrainz identifiers

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