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Periphery

Combing the complex atypical rhythms and technical precision of math rock with the sensational brutality of progressive metal, Washington D.C’s periphery released their highly anticipated self-titled debut worldwide on April 20th 2010.

Founded in 2004 by guitarist/lead songwriter Misha aka Bulb Mansoor, Periphery seems to always be drawing from a constant stream of inspiration. To date, the band has recorded over a 100+ songs and continues to deliver new tracks on a regular basis, each time pushing the envelope on their compositional structures.

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Combing the complex atypical rhythms and technical precision of math rock with the sensational brutality of progressive metal, Washington D.C’s periphery released their highly anticipated self-titled debut worldwide on April 20th 2010.

Founded in 2004 by guitarist/lead songwriter Misha aka Bulb Mansoor, Periphery seems to always be drawing from a constant stream of inspiration. To date, the band has recorded over a 100+ songs and continues to deliver new tracks on a regular basis, each time pushing the envelope on their compositional structures.

Taking the DIY approach to getting their music heard, Periphery garnered the attention of metal fans across the globe by deciding to make all of their songs available to listeners online. Inspired by their fans feedback and fervent requests, the band frequently adds new music and video blogs, constantly cultivating a stronger online presence.

This continuous exposure on the web, combined with a strong hometown following, provided Periphery the opportunity to showcase their explosive live show and groundbreaking tracks on national tours such as Summer Slaughter,The Thrash and Burn Tour and playing alongside heavyweights Between the Buried and Me, Darkest Hour, Lamb of God, and Despised Icon.

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LPs
Periphery II: This Time It's Personal
07/03/2012

3.4
1,114 Votes
Periphery
2010

3.5
1,677 Votes
EPs
Clear
2014

2.9
248 Votes
Icarus
2011

3.2
352 Votes
Compilations
Periphery (Instrumental)
2010

4
360 Votes

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