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fromtheinside
January 15th 2014



17714 Comments


i'm sure everyone's belief exactly

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AtomicWaste
Staff Reviewer
January 15th 2014



1981 Comments


Waiting for Misha to inevitably crawl out of a hole and lol at some over the top hate comments.

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Koffiiing
January 15th 2014



1047 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

homeboy is making mad bank in that hole of his

wwf
January 15th 2014



403 Comments

Album Rating: 2.0

I like this band but this album is almost impossible to like.

fromtheinside
January 15th 2014



17714 Comments


hmm... challenge-
accepted

wwf
January 15th 2014



403 Comments

Album Rating: 2.0

Actually I did kinda like Spencer's song, but it's an early contender for guiltiest pleasure of the year.

tempest--
January 15th 2014



12611 Comments


sweet review as usual, Beebe
prob gonna check this and 2 it m/

are these dudes still gonna release that Juggernaut album or whatever?

thewired
January 15th 2014



48 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0 | Sound Off

Not a huge fan of Periphery, but this is some good shit

BigPleb
January 15th 2014



34066 Comments


Spencer ruins this band.

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wwf
January 15th 2014



403 Comments

Album Rating: 2.0

If it wasn't for Spencer this band would be a huge snoozefest. With him they're only kinda a snoozefest.

BigPleb
January 15th 2014



34066 Comments


They are tight musicians though dude, they just need to learn how to craft cohesive tunes.

ttufan09
January 15th 2014



27 Comments

Album Rating: 2.0

You know I wouldn't be surprised if they released this garbage just to quench the fanboys thirst for new material for a bit to sort of
"clear" the way for something epic (new album). Or, I could be trying to look through rose colored glasses, and the EP was just a
major miss on their part. The reality of it all is probably the later.

osmark86
January 15th 2014



3792 Comments


they're tight musicians agreed and obviously have talent. too bad it's used in the same generic
fashion on almost every song they create. I've enjoyed a few tracks by them on a purely superficial
level, but they always seem to lack lasting power.

emester
January 15th 2014



2012 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5

Yeezus part 2 already wow

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Arron
January 15th 2014



57 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

I think it's a nice way to bridge the gap to the next album.

Disagree on spencer's voice, I personally think it's fantastic. Though there are a few melodies I don't think sound right (On Marks song for example)

Dr7
January 15th 2014



92 Comments


Matt, Spencer and Mark's tracks are pretty great.

Disappointed by Misha's though. Not very interesting.

Jacquibim
Contributing Reviewer
January 15th 2014



13503 Comments

Album Rating: 2.0

This is considerably less interesting than their two full lengths, both instrumentally and vocally, and that is saying quite a lot.

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Dolving999
January 15th 2014



1610 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

Wholeheartedly agree with this review. It could have been so much better, the concept was brought up by Stephen Carpenter, the man himself.

Pretty much hit-or-miss. Digging the guitar player's tracks. Expected more of Nolly, and Spencer... well, although the intention was right (veer off the typical Periphery sound) it went way too far.

Progger6009
January 15th 2014



1069 Comments


Spencers voice sounds worse now than on p2 yeah!.

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Maeva
January 15th 2014



1 Comments

Album Rating: 2.0 | Sound Off

To be honest, I still love Periphery. But I hate their evolution since 'Icarus Lives' EP.
Their first Album was the greatest piece of music I've ever heard, and P2 just dissapointed me so much, because it was all catchy and they fell in this shitty 'Metalcore-Mainstream-Djent'.
It's the same for Clear and I know it will not happen again, but,
I FREAKING WANT PERIPHERY LIKE IT WAS BACK IN 2010!

My hopes lay in Misha's solo album...



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