THRESHOLD Announce New Album’s Title & Tour Dates


Recently, the British progressive protagonists Threshold have announced their 11th masterpiece called Legends Of The Shires, which is being produced by Karl Groom and Richard West and scheduled to be released later this year.

Furthermore, they have also announced the dates for the Legends Of The Shires Tour 2017 where you’ll be able to fully experience songs from the new album on stage!

Today, the band reveals the support acts for this tour: Get ready for Damnation Angels and Day Six!

Richard West comments: “We’ve got two excellent bands joining us for the tour. We met Day Six when they supported us for a few shows back in 2011 and we’re very happy to have them back for a whole tour. Damnation Angels were a crowd favourite when they opened for us last year, so it’s great to have them back as main support for 2017.

British symphonic metal act Damnation Angels was formed in 2006 and The Valiant Fire (2014) marked their fourth studio album.

They comment: “We’re excited and ready for round two with our good friends Threshold! The last tour was incredible, the fans were amazing and we can’t wait to return. This time playing a longer, more diverse set of our brand of symphonic metal. Let’s be ‘avin it!

Catch Threshold w/ Damnation Angels, Day Six live:

Legends Of The Shires-Tour 2017
(presented by ‘Rock Hard’, ‘Eclipsed’, ‘Rock It!’, ‘Blast!’ and ‘Wacken Radio’)

+ Special Guests

28.11. NL Bosuil – Weert
29.11. GER Hamburg – Markthalle
30.11. GER Berlin – Lido
01.12. GER Aschaffenburg – Colos Saal
02.12. GER München – Feierwerk
03.12. CH Pratteln – Z7
05.12. GER Stuttgart – Club Cann
06.12. GER Hannover – Musikzentrum
07.12. BEL Kortrijk – De Kreun
08.12. GER Essen – Turock
09.12. NL Zoetermeer – Boerderij
10.12. UK London – O2 Islington Academy

The last record of Threshold was their live album European Journey, which was recorded during the November 2014 For The Journey tour and consists of 15 live tracks.

Legends of the Shires tour

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