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4.0 out of 5 stars
Very good but not their greatest, 28 Aug 2012
In all previous Threshold records there was something that caught me immediately, like Slipstream on Dead Reckoning or Mission Profile on Subsurface with new nuances revealed with consequent listenings.
After the first 70 minutes after I inserted March of Progress into my CD player there was nothing to remember - it did not catch me at all. Things changed after I listened to the album a couple more times - I started to like it. It's definitely Threshold with freshness added by Damian's, Steves's and Pete's contribution to song writing. Despite my first impression was spoiled (perhaps simply because I expected too much from this release) it is still very enjoyable music to listen.
I also recommend buying digipack version with "Divinity" bonus track - I don't understand why this impressive piece is not included in CD