Periphery Periphery II: This Time It's Personal
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Kalopsia
January 16th 2014


935 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

regular comment

titanslayer
January 16th 2014


2051 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

unnecessary comment

Kalopsia
January 16th 2014


935 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

comment cuts me deep comment

Koffiiing
January 16th 2014


1217 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

periperherehryy

Progger6009
January 16th 2014


1128 Comments


Periphairy

TheMoreira
January 17th 2014


7182 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Perrphruies

SitarHero
January 17th 2014


4726 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Purrfurry.

Wait, is it weird that I'm suddenly horny?

BigPleb
January 17th 2014


37588 Comments


Debut is still ok but this is boring dweedle overdjenty trite.

Misha needs to actually focus on his overall songwriting as opposed to 'dwangdwangjunjunsgsisjskjs' all the time.

SitarHero
January 17th 2014


4726 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Trite is an adjective, not a noun. The word you were looking for may have been 'tripe'.

And it sounds like you're equating your dislike of their riffs with bad songwriting.

BigPleb
January 17th 2014


37588 Comments


Bad riffs = bad songwriting

Tripe or whatever the word is then, you going for contrib or something dude?

SitarHero
January 17th 2014


4726 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

I'm going for 'Speak English or die". :D

Riffs aint bad, they're just probably not your thing. I think the real problem on this album is songs don't develop. They often just go from Point A to Point B without any rhyme or reason. That's where the songwriting suffers. It's something that Åkerfeldt does too from time to time, but he's just better at developing a mood or melodic theme than Periphery has been (so far).

Vakarian12
January 17th 2014


3906 Comments


"It's something that Åkerfeldt does too from time to time"

prepare to duel

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BigPleb
January 17th 2014


37588 Comments


Don't ever bring Sir Akerfeldt up in a Periphery thread again dude! Misha has been sucking the Swedish cock for years trying to get that proggy juice from Mikael.

But yeah, its not really my 'thing' and the piss poor vocals don't help either :D

SitarHero
January 17th 2014


4726 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

It's true though. Åkerfeldt has a shitload of cool riffs for sure, but they don't always add to the song. His songwriting occasionally(!) devolves into heavyheavyheavy->softsoftsoft->heavyheavyheavy->different heavyheavyheavy. I'm not saying it's bad. I'm just saying it's sometimes rather headscratching.

And there's plenty of sweet riffs on PII. But if you don't like frantic fretboard gymnastics then you're probably not going to like them.I still don't get why people think the vocals are piss poor though.

BigPleb
January 17th 2014


37588 Comments


All of his riffs when being heavy worship Morbid Angel hard and rule. Bet Misha and co haven't even heard Altars damn :[

There are a couple of times where I'm like 'nice', but then Spencer comes in with his "HIGHHHH PITTTCHHHEDDD ANNOYINGGG VOICCCEE" and disgraceful lows and I'm left feeling empty.

SitarHero
January 17th 2014


4726 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Fair enough. But I don't think 'the notez themselves are gay' is really a criticism.

Koffiiing
January 17th 2014


1217 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

its not, but every user's opinion on this site should be taken with a shitton of salt anyway

CalculatingInfinity
January 17th 2014


1698 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5

It is Sput after all.

TheMoreira
January 17th 2014


7182 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

MY OPINION IS VALID

inb4 4.5 asking alexandria lol yea right faget

Jacquibim
Contributing Reviewer
January 17th 2014


15028 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5

4.5 asking alexandria lol yea right faget

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