Periphery - New Album Details Revealed


US progressive/djent outfit Periphery have recently released details about their new album. It will be entitled Periphery II: This Time It's Personal and will hit stores on July 3rd through Sumerian Records. The band also released a promo for the new album, which is available below.



Periphery II: This Time It's Personal tracklist:

01. Muramasa
02. Have A Blast [feat. Guthrie Govan]
03. Facepalm Mute
04. Ji
05. Scarlet
06. Luck As A Constant
07. Ragnarok
08. The Gods Must Be Crazy!
09. Make Total Destroy
10. Erised [feat. John Petrucci]
11. Epoch
12. Froggin' Bullfish
13. Mile Zero [feat. Wes Hauch]
14. Masamune



Source: sumerianrecords.com
Band profile: Periphery
 
Posted: 31.05.2012 by BloodTears


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31.05.2012 - 12:50
Moose
Ugh, not a fan of the album name as all. Unoriginal and cliche.

Oh well, I'm sure the music will be great. I'm excited to hear John Petrucci's input, but even more so for Guthrie Govan!
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31.05.2012 - 18:22
thefallenalchmst
Some great melodies. I didn't give a fuck about this band until now. Their last disc was some experimental core crap, but this one seems like it might be worth a damn.
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31.05.2012 - 22:34
jesterhead57
The next Linkin Park!
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31.05.2012 - 23:01
Troy Killjoy
perfunctionist
Two minutes of a cheesed-out less technical/progressive Protest the Hero? Nothing to see here.
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Prettier than BloodTears.
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01.06.2012 - 00:50
Boxcar Willy
yr a kook
That was really lame.
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01.06.2012 - 05:18
Introspekrieg
Totemic Lust
Masamune! (Hoping there will be an instrumental version again)
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01.06.2012 - 16:37
demonsarising
Written by Moose on 31.05.2012 at 12:50

Ugh, not a fan of the album name as all. Unoriginal and cliche.

Oh well, I'm sure the music will be great. I'm excited to hear John Petrucci's input, but even more so for Guthrie Govan!

It's most likely a case of tongue-in-cheek humor.

Anyways, It sounds better than their first album, what two minutes I've heard, anyways...
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