“One of the most emotional things I’ve ever done in the studio.”
The progressive metal legends are coming back to Aussie shores.
“Writing a regular, old, progressive metal album…”
Canadian musician, songwriter and producer Devin Townsend is heading back to Australia for a run of tour dates this October. The Devin Townsend Project 2015 Australian tour will visit Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne, and comes a year after Townsend himself visited Australia for a series of guitar clinics, offering up his skills to teach others
Maryland progressive metal outfit Periphery have unveiled a new experimental recording titled Clear. Currently streaming online, the six-song collection is slated for release on Tuesday, 28th January through Sumerian Records and is made up of contributions from each of the band’s members. The recording was intended as an exploration of each member’s style of writing,
Maryland’s Periphery, one of the most lauded acts from this year’s Soundwave, have announced that they will soon return to Australia for a tour with Animals as Leaders. Before they touchdown, our own Mike Hohnen caught up with vocalist Spencer Sotelo for the latest Music Feeds Podcast. Spencer spoke to us from Poughkeepsie, New York,
One of the world’s foremost progressive metal acts, Maryland’s Periphery have announced that they will be embarking on an Australian tour, kicking off in January at The Hi-Fi in Brisbane, followed by shows in Sydney and Melbourne, to be joined by Washingtonians Animals As Leaders. Since the release of their self-titled debut album in 2010,
We all know that some combinations are better than others. Milk and cookies are awesome. Smashing a six-pack and attempting to fly a plane, not so much. My favourite combination is a great band and a night at the Annandale Hotel. Regardless of whether you are watching a local band, an indie trio or some
It was obvious with the release of their recent album Periphery II that djent juggernauts Periphery were thinking outside the box. The latest associated video effort shows that it isn’t just the tracks that are next level – rather than saving some budget money and producing a stock-standard, serious video, they’ve spent a fuck tonne
Periphery have now announced their long-awaited Soundwave 2013 headlining performances. The Djent gods will be playing in both Sydney and Melbourne, bringing with them Japanese metalcore weapons Crossfaith. In just 2 albums time (well, 2.5) Periphery have risen the ranks of the metal world at a meteoric rate. With the band’s latest release Periphery II,
The tour bus that Between The Buried And Me and Periphery were travelling through Europe in caught fire overnight in England, reports Blabbermouth. Thankfully there are no injuries and all the band’s equipment is still intact, meaning that they won’t have to cancel any shows.
I was excited all day for this gig. To see the heavy weights and somewhat pioneers of the Djent genre Periphery (USA) and TesseracT (UK) in all their brutality at the Annandale, I knew it was going to be an amazing show … but it would have to wait as the line to go in
The word bromance is thrown around a lot these days, however it is the most appropriate term to attach to my interview with Tom the bass player from Periphery as we discussed the weather, the process of making a remix album and Periphery in Australia. Fresh off the back of their latest release Icarus EP,
Hailing from Washington DC, Periphery is one of the freshest progressive metal acts on the scene today. With their signature blend of polymetric grooves and soaring melodies, the band continues to push the envelope of progressive metal music.