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Jan 2, 2015
Periphery's Misha Mansoor Discusses Periphery In Last Webisode Via Metal Injection

Periphery guitar player Misha Mansoor is the focus of the latest installment of Periphery’s ongoing Juggernaut web series, available now via Metal Injection and Distort's YouTube channel.

"With these webisodes we have been trying to give some people some insight on where we were directly after having finished the album.  It was so gratifying to be able to finally make a fully collaborative album with the guys, and in this particular video I expand on the process and experience of making Juggernaut,”explained Mansoor.

Digital and physical pre-orders for the pair of albums are available now with instant downloads of “22 Faces,” “The Scourge” and “The Bad Thing” available via iTunes: Juggernaut: Alpha and Juggernaut: Omega. Physical pre-order bundles, which include The JuggerDoc, a documentary on the making of the new albums, are available via MapleMusic.com

The launch of Periphery’s first tour in support of the dual albums, Juggernaut: Alpha and Juggernaut: Omega (Jan. 27, Sumerian Records) is  days away, with the band kicking off the five-week trek on Jan. 10 at Cat’s Cradle in Carrboro, N.C. Tickets are on-sale now with VIP packages available via Soundrink.com.

PERIPHERY ON TOUR (CANADA)
Feb 06 Toronto, ON - Opera House
Feb 07 Montreal, QC - Corona Theatre

Dec 30, 2014
Periphery Share "Graveless" Via Metalsucks

Periphery, who release two new albums on Jan. 27 via Distort Inc. / Fontana North: Juggernaut: Alpha and Juggernaut: Omega, is streaming “Graveless” from the Omega release via MetalSucks.

Adam “Nolly” Getgood - "Graveless is one of my favourite songs on the record! It's fast and aggressive, but morphs into something beautiful and catchy as the song progresses. There's an element of the classic Periphery sound in there, but with all band members pushing to take things to the next level it's got a whole palette of colours that the band hasn't explored before too.”

Digital and physical pre-orders for the pair of albums are available now with instant downloads of “22 Faces,” “The Scourge” and “The Bad Thing” available via iTunes: Juggernaut: Alpha and Juggernaut:Omega. Physical pre-order bundles, which include The JuggerDoc, a documentary on the making of the new albums, are available via MapleMusic.com

A series of webisodes documenting the recording sessions for the Juggernaut releases have been shared with fans over the past month.  The clips can be found on Distort Entertainment’ YouTube channel.

Periphery’s tour, with support from Nothing More, Wovenwar and Thank You Scientist, is days away, launching Jan. 10 at Cat’s Cradle in Carrboro, N.C.  Tickets are on-sale now with VIP packages available via Soundrink.com.

PERIPHERY ON TOUR (CANADA)
Feb 06 Toronto, ON - Opera House
Feb 07 Montreal, QC - Corona Theatre

Dec 29, 2014
Periphery's Latest Webisode Spotlights Singer Spencer Sotelo

The latest Periphery webisode arrives today, with singer Spencer Sotelo discussing work on the two forthcoming albums, Juggernaut: Alpha and Juggernaut: Omega (Jan. 27, Distort Inc. / Fontana North)

“Spencer says something amazing,” said Sotelo. “In this webisode, you are going to take a walk with me on the wild side of the vocal booth. It was a long and rigorous task to track the vocals on an 80 minutes double album, but as you can see in this video, we still like to have fun in the studio no matter how far the overall sanity level is pushed. You'll get a peek at me tracking vocals to songs that you will otherwise not hear until the records are released. Enjoy and get stoked because juggernaut is right around the corner and will be released before you know it!”

A series of webisodes documenting the recording sessions for the Juggernaut releases have been shared with fans over the last few weeks, with previous episodes featuring Matt Halpern, Jake Bowen and Mark Holcomb.  The clips can be found on Distort Entertainment’s YouTube channel .

Revolver Magazine, in a cover story featuring Sotelo, said the band “stand at the vanguard of a new, and thoroughly modern, musical movement” and Rolling Stone proclaimed the new releases Periphery’s “most ambitious project yet.”

Digital and physical pre-orders for the pair of albums are available now with instant downloads of “22 Faces,” “The Scourge” and “The Bad Thing” available via iTunes: Juggernaut: Alpha and Juggernaut: Omega. Physical pre-order bundles, which include The JuggerDoc, a documentary on the making of the new albums, are available via MapleMusic.com

Periphery kicks off their first tour in support of Juggernaut on Jan. 10 at Cat’s Cradle in Carrboro, N.C. A video teaser for the tour, which includes openers for the upcoming tour are Nothing More, Wovenwar and Thank You Scientist, is available here. Tickets are on-sale now with VIP packages available via Soundrink.com.

PERIPHERY ON TOUR (CANADA)
Feb 06 Toronto, ON - Opera House
Feb 07 Montreal, QC - Corona Theatre

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