THRESHOLD Confirmed For U.K.'s SUMMER'S END Festival

U.K. progressive metallers THRESHOLD have been confirmed for this year's Summer's End Festival, set to take place September 15-16 at The Robin 2 in Bilston, England. Also scheduled to appear are PAIN OF SALVATION and IT BITES.

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THRESHOLD will embark on the "Live Reckoning Tour" (Part 1) in August/September with support from COMMUNIC, MACHINE MEN and SERENITY. THRESHOLD will also perform at a number of summer and fall festivals, including ProgPower USA and ProgPower Scandinavia.

THRESHOLD's new album, "Dead Reckoning", debuted at the following chart positions in Europe:

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Germany: #64
Holland: #95
U.K.: #30 (independent chart)
U.K.: #37 (rock chart)

"Dead Reckoning" has received six "Album of the Month" awards across Europe and Canada. The album was released in the U.S. on April 24.


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