Periphery Periphery II: This Time It's Personal
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FearThyEvil
January 12th 2013


12545 Comments

Album Rating: 1.5

I choose to never listen to this album again.

VermicideReloadead
January 12th 2013


1433 Comments


If you derp with this album you should not hear that anymore. While you derp bitch I djent with seven string guitar bitch.

FearThyEvil
January 12th 2013


12545 Comments

Album Rating: 1.5

Shutup

angrypittsburghdad1
January 12th 2013


356 Comments


7 string guitars are for pussies who can't handle 8 strings, like Steve Vai. 6 strings or bust!

VermicideReloadead
January 12th 2013


1433 Comments


U can't force mothafucka, I won'shut up bitch. Is not my fault that U Derp.

Just kidding, I enjoy this album but I can understand why some people dislike the style of these guys. They are good but they could have better reception if they get another vocalist. Spencer is not bad but in some moments his voice is bland.

FearThyEvil
January 12th 2013


12545 Comments

Album Rating: 1.5

If they had a good vocalist this album would be passable.

angrypittsburghdad1
January 12th 2013


356 Comments


I can't stand Spencer now, I actually liked a few songs off the first album before he tried singing like Christina Aguilera. This album is too long anyway, I guess maybe fans who really dig their sound can handle it.

FearThyEvil
January 12th 2013


12545 Comments

Album Rating: 1.5

Wasn't their last album just as long as this? Nvm, looked it up and it's even longer.

angrypittsburghdad1
January 12th 2013


356 Comments


Yeah, I could never even finish the damn thing, that's why I only like a few songs. I get sick of Misha's riffs quick.

climactic
January 13th 2013


18900 Comments


"If they had a good vocalist this album would be passable."

itd be awesome

Storm In A Teacup
January 13th 2013


12780 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

Periphery III: This Time It's Personal II: This Time We Win Your Hearts

Periphery IV: This Time We Win Your Hearts II: P.S. We Love You

Periphery V: This Time It's Not Personal: This Time We Realize Not Everyone Has To Love Us: Suck It

Periphery VI: This Time It's Not Personal II: Suck It II

Storm In A Teacup
January 13th 2013


12780 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

Strangely though their 5th and 6th albums will sound like their 3rd and 4th, which happened to sound like their 2nd and 1st albums....ironically enough

sixdegrees
January 13th 2013


17047 Comments


Periphery VII: This Joke Is Wearing Thin

Digging: Foreground Eclipse - Stories That Last Through The Sleepless Nights

angrypittsburghdad1
January 13th 2013


356 Comments


Periphery is like all the Friday 13th movies. The first one tried to be serious, and then it turned into a fucking joke after that

Storm In A Teacup
January 13th 2013


12780 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

Periphery VIII: This Time It's Personal III: P.S. Okay We Need You Please Love Us

Insurrection
Contributing Reviewer
January 13th 2013


21053 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

My reaction to this thread

http://i4.dealtwith.it/i/n/3be7236a2635c7b6bcfad317e148aa77/50headshake.gif

Digging: The Contortionist - Language

oltnabrick
January 13th 2013


30786 Comments


u arent fiddy soooooooo

Digging: Aphex Twin - Syro

Storm In A Teacup
January 13th 2013


12780 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

@Insurrection: This happens to be my response to you as well as Periphery's response to you on albums five and six:

http://4.bp.blogspot.com/-dwMTcRMRKIw/UCwfUJbrv8I/AAAAAAAAHtk/odm5HDySwBg/s1600/DX.jpg

TheMoreira
January 13th 2013


7177 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Hahaha, johnny wtf is that xD

Tyrael
January 13th 2013


20876 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

I'm sure these guys could make an amazing album with a different vocalist

Digging: Darkspace - Dark Space III I



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