British progressive metallers THRESHOLD will headline the No Budget Festival 2008, a charity event organized by the non-profit organization No Budget Team, on August 31 at the Kipotheatro in Larissa, Greece.
Upcoming THRESHOLD shows:
Jul. 19 - Minnuendo Fest, Peralta, Spain
Jul. 26 - Rockin' Field Festival, Milan, Italy
Jul. 27 - Lagoa Burning Live, Lagoa, Portugal
Aug. 01 - No Budget Festival, Larissa, Greece
Sep. 26 - Summer's End Festival, Lydney, England
Oct. 05 - ProgPower Europe Festival, Baarlo, Holland
Jan. 17 - Boerderij, Zoetermeer, Holland
Jan. 18 - Zeche Carl, Essen, Germany
THRESHOLD released its first-ever "best-of" collection in November, featuring over 140 minutes of music from all their studio albums plus three previously unreleased single versions. Entitled "The Ravages of Time (The Best of Threshold)", the two-disc set was issued by the band's previous label Inside Out Music on November 20 in the U.S. (one day earlier internationally). The track listing was selected by the band in conjunction with the label.
Fan-filmed video footage of THRESHOLD's September 1, 2007 concert at Plato in Helmond, the Netherlands can be viewed below.
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