We’re very happy to announce that we’re doing a limited run reissue of Threshold’s first ever direct-to-fan CD ‘Decadent’, originally released in 1999. It’s available to pre-order now from www.thresh.net/store while stocks last.

Thank you to everyone who voted for which direct-to-fan album we should reissue first. It was a close vote and you essentially wanted all of them, so we’re going to release them in chronological order. Although many of the tracks on ‘Decadent’ have since been released as bonus tracks on later albums, there are still some rarities on there which we hope you’ll enjoy.

Threshold’s direct-to-fan CDs were designed to sit alongside the band’s official studio albums, providing deep cuts and rarities not available on the studio releases. They included ‘Decadent’ (1999), ‘Concert In Paris’ (2002), ‘Wireless – Acoustic Sessions’ (2003), ‘Replica’ (2004), ‘Surface To Stage (2006)’, ‘Paradox – The Singles Collection’ (2009) and ‘Two-Zero-One-Seven’ (2018).

The full ‘Decadent’ track list is: Virtual Isolation (Radio Version), Intervention (1999 Remix), Sunseeker (Radio Version), Voyager II (Urban Version), Devoted (Fan Club Remix), Change (Unplugged), Mother Earth (1999 Remix), Exposed (Radio Version), Lost (Japanese Bonus Track), Into The Light (1999 Remix), Paradox (Club Mix), He Is I Am (Drum & Bass Version).

You can pre-order ‘Decadent’ from www.thresh.net/store

The UK festival HRH Prog X has been the rescheduled to 4-5 September 2021. You can find a statement from the organisers here:


Threshold will perform at the festival on the following dates:

  • 4 September – 02 Shepherd’s Bush Empire, London, UK
  • 5 September – 02 Academy, Sheffield, UK

The organisers hope to have the same bill and all tickets and hotels have been transferred automatically and all booking references will be the same.

Threshold are excited to confirm that they’ve started work on a follow-up to their 2017 double album ‘Legends of the Shires’.

As with most bands, Threshold’s plans have been heavily disrupted during 2020 with tours to Europe and Australia cancelled due to coronavirus.

Guitarist Karl Groom commented: “It’s a good feeling to have something positive to say about music again. We’ve been writing for a new Threshold album for a while now and are starting to exchange demos. Following ‘Legends of the Shires’ is quite a thing, but we’ve always aimed to take a step forward each album and I’m very excited by what we have so far!”

Threshold’s new album is expected to be released in 2021.

We’re sorry to announce that our club shows in September have been cancelled due to COVID-19 capacity restrictions. This affects our shows in Weert, Zoetermeer, Rheine and Aschaffenburg and fans are advised to contact their ticket sellers for a refund. Another consequence of the virus is that one of our band members is the primary carer for a vulnerable parent and does not feel safe to travel while there is a risk of contracting the virus. The safety of our loved ones is our greatest priority so unfortunately this means we will not be able to attend Artrock Festival this year. We’re really sorry to not be able to do these shows and we look forward to getting back on the road as soon as it’s possible.

Threshold are sorry to have to announce the inevitable cancellation of their upcoming Australian tour as a result of the health and travel issues caused by coronavirus.

Guitarist Karl Groom commented “We have long wanted to play for our fans in Australia and although the current situation is disappointing, we will do everything we can to arrange new dates. I hope everyone is well and look forward to the day Threshold are back out playing shows”.

All ticket buyers should contact their ticket service for refunds.

We’ve added one more date to our rescheduled run of shows in the Netherlands and Germany in September 2020. Hopefully the world will recover soon and we’ll be back out to see you.

16.09.2020 – De Bosuil, Weert [NL] ** NEW
17.09.2020 – Boerderij, Zoetermeer [NL]
18.09.2020 – Hypothalamus, Rheine [DE]
19.09.2020 – Artrock Festival, Reichenbach iV [DE]
20.09.2020 – Colos Saal, Aschaffenburg [DE]

Stay safe,

We’re pleased to announce that our 3 shows in Germany have now been successfully rescheduled for September. We’ve also added an extra date in the Netherlands and we can’t wait to get back to you!

17.09.2020 – Boerderij, Zoetermeer [NL]
18.09.2020 – Hypothalamus, Rheine [DE]
19.09.2020 – Artrock Festival, Reichenbach iV [DE]
20.09.2020 – Colos Saal, Aschaffenburg [DE]

For more information see our Tour page.

With heavy hearts we have to postpone our three upcoming shows in Germany as a result of the health and travel issues caused by coronavirus. Artrock Festival has been rescheduled for 18-20 September and our show in Rheine will now take place on 18 September. We understand that tickets will remain valid for these rescheduled shows and hopefully another date for our Aschaffenburg show can be found soon.

We hope all of our fans stay safe during these unprecedented times and look forward to seeing you all again soon.

British progressive metallers Threshold will be touring Australia for the first time during May and June 2020.

Vocalist Glynn Morgan commented “We’re all truly honoured and incredibly excited to be heading down under, it’s the chance of a lifetime to spread the Legend and give music fans in Australia some prog metal ‘Threshold style’!”

The band will be playing the following shows:

May 27 – Crowbar, Brisbane
May 29 – Arkaba Hotel, Adelaide
May 30 – GM Sound Studios, Melbourne
May 31 – Crowbar, Sydney
June 02 – Amplifier Bar, Perth

Tickets will go on sale on Monday 24th February at 9:00am AEST at http://solprn.com.au