Threshold - Psychedelicatessen


8.2 | 79 votes |
Release date: 1994
Style: Progressive metal

Owners:

80 have it
11 want it


01. Sunseeker
02. A Tension Of Souls
03. Into The Light
04. Will To Give
05. Under The Sun
06. Babylon Rising
07. He Is I Am
08. Innocent
09. Devoted
10. Lost [special edit, definitive edit, vinyl double LP bonus]
11. Intervention [special edit, definitive edit, vinyl double LP bonus]
12. Fist Of Tongues [definitive edit, vinyl double LP bonus]
13. Half Way Home [definitive edit, vinyl double LP bonus]
14. A Tension Of Souls [special edit, definitive edit bonus] [live]
15. Sanity's End [special edit, definitive edit bonus] [live]
16. Innocent [special edit, definitive edit bonus] [live]
17. Surface To Air [special edit, definitive edit bonus] [live]
18. Paradox [special edit, definitive edit bonus] [live]

Line-up
Glynn Morgan - vocals
Karl Groom - guitar, acoustic
Nick Midson - guitar
Jon Jeary - bass, additional vocals
Richard West - keyboards
Nick Harradence - drums

Additional info
Special Edition (2001)
Definitive Edition (2012)
Vinyl Double LP (2013)

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Comments

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19.11.2018 - 22:58
Rating: 9
BlankFile

Sophomore álbum of Threshold, in my opinion way better than the first record and with a twist. A new vocalist named Glynn Morgan, which ironically, is the actual Threshold vocalist in 2018, after some changes that went on in the band along the years. About "Psycadelicatessen", i have to say that for me this record is the most "heavy metal" álbum of Threshold´s discography. Fast, well structured and heavy riffs, great solos and vocals that suited really well on this record. Highlights for me are "Sunseeker", "A Tension of Souls", "Under the Sun", "Innocent", "Devoted" and the extra "Fist of Tongues"
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20.11.2018 - 02:24
JoHn DoE

^ nice to see Threshold getting some love
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11.11.2020 - 23:16
Rating: 7
Mountain King
K i K o
Nice album but nothing special at the same time. It's an album that you can definitely revisit. "Devoted" is probably my top pick from this record.
The album title reminds me of the psychameron in the game Darksiders 2. Don't ask me why, but it's a plus for me.
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