Periphery are undoubtedly one of the most exciting metal bands of 2012. With the release of 'Periphery II: This Time It's Personal' and their inclusion in the Summer Slaughter Tour as well as various summer festivals, Periphery are being exposed to a massive new audience that has jumped aboard their unique bandwagon, both metaphorically and physically.
Maryland based progressive metal band Periphery recently released their sophomore album, ‘Periphery II: This Time It's Personal,' and it showcases their knack for balancing atmospheric sounds with some heavy riffs.
On the same day their sophomore album, ‘Periphery II: This Time It’s Personal,’ has been released via Sumerian Records, metal outfit Periphery have also unveiled their video for the disc's first single ‘Make Total Destroy.’
Prog metalers Periphery are gearing up for their forthcoming album ‘Periphery II,’ which is due out July 3 via Sumerian Records. The band has released their debut single off the album, ‘Make Total Destroy,’ while 30 second clips of each song are available on Amazon.com.
Prog metal outfit Periphery have put the finishing touches on their latest album, which is titled 'Periphery II' and now carries a July 3 release date. The band has also unveiled a promotional video for the disc, which can be seen below.
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