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Light - Periphery (3) - Periphery (CD, Album)

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  1. Kazrar says:
    Jul 19,  · Periphery Licensed to YouTube by WMG, Live Nation Video Network (on behalf of Distort); BMG Rights Management (US), LLC, ARESA, CMRRA, and 3 Music Rights Societies.
  2. Ner says:
    referencing Periphery, 2xLP, Album, Ltd, Blu, SUM Should have picked this up back in when it might have been selling on tour. I saw them after they released their first album in .
  3. Zusho says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Slipcase CD release of Periphery on Discogs. Label: Sumerian Records - SUM • Format: CD Album Slipcase • Country: US • Genre: Electronic, Rock • Style: Math Rock, Death Metal, Prog Rock/5(23).
  4. Teshakar says:
    Combing the complex atypical rhythms and technical precision of math rock with the sensational brutality of progressivemetal, WashingtonD.C’s Periphery released their highly anticipated self-titled debut worldwide on April 20th Founded in by guitarist/lead songwriter Misha aka Bulb Mansoor, Periphery seems to always be drawing from aconstant stream ofinspiration.
  5. Zulkim says:
    Experimental metal bands like Periphery will (hopefully) never settle for sticking to one particular groove. Constantly innovating, this adds to “ Juggernaut”, jumping off from that platform and diving into dark, unexplored depths. Music should surprise and inspire, and “Periphery III: Select Difficulty” does both with eye-opening results.
  6. Tujora says:
    Periphery is the debut studio album by American progressive metal band Periphery. It was released on April 20, through Sumerian Records, and was produced by the band themselves and Matt Murphy.
  7. Kajir says:
    album: "Periphery II: This Time It's Personal" () 1. Muramasa 2. Have A Blast 3. Facepalm Mute 4. Ji 5. Scarlet 6. Luck As A Constant 7. Ragnarok 8. The Gods Must Be Crazy! 9. Make Total Destroy Erised Epoch Froggin Bullfish Mile Zero Masamune Far Out The Heretic Anthem.
  8. Kirg says:
    I have not been disappointed by a Periphery CD yet! In fact, so many bands that I used to think “wow, what a sound” truly pale compared to their new rock/metal prog sound that is what I EXPECT in music, a forging ahead, not stuck in predictable or formulaic ruts & challenging the status quo of modern expression/5(89).

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