New Periphery Side Project(s)

2018-06-29 by SitarHero CONTRIBUTOR | 25 Comments
Following their recent split with Sumerian Records, djentrepreneurs Periphery have announced the inception of two new projects: a record label named 3DOT Recordings and a Jake Bowen/Misha Mansoor side project named Four Seconds Ago, which has released its first single, "Fadeaway", through 3DOT Recordings. The 3DOT Recordings website also lists the Misha Mansoor/Mark Holcomb project Haunted Shores in its roster of artists.

The Four Seconds Ago single is linked below and finds Bowen and Mansoor focusing on their interest in electronica.



Tagged: Periphery

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Devastator
June 29th 2018
3759 Comments


"djentrepreneurs"

I got a good chuckle out of this.

ButtBoy
June 29th 2018
2772 Comments


not bad, but also not too exciting. Can't see myself revisiting this often

TheWonderSoFar
June 29th 2018
3854 Comments


^[2]

InFlamesWeThrash666
June 29th 2018
8843 Comments


sucks

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Voltimand
June 29th 2018
988 Comments


Periphery left Sumerian? Their contract end? Also this song is nice, reminds me of Zeta.

TundraL5Z
June 29th 2018
2611 Comments


People don't like this? oh come on

JayEnder
June 29th 2018
3554 Comments


Actually really enjoyed the song. Band name is stupid though.

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TundraL5Z
June 29th 2018
2611 Comments


Seriously Periphery are doing so much for the modern era of metal music, a new record label is a huge deal, and they care more about the music more than sales, i find it pretty insulting that people would just dismiss them because of their personal tastes and not look at the bigger picture.

ButtBoy
June 29th 2018
2772 Comments


i dont think anybody is really talking about periphery...or metal...who are you getting mad at?

TundraL5Z
June 29th 2018
2611 Comments


Well let's hope people who aren't fans of Periphery support this, we'll see about that in due time

Drummerboy123
June 29th 2018
3092 Comments


Love it, deffo getting some Tycho/Telefon Tel Aviv vibes from this which is right up my alley. I can see some people taking their hatred for Periphery and applying to this simply because it's the same members, I think that's what Tundra is referring to.

Cool to see them break away and form their own label tho, hopefully we'll see more than just your stereotypical djent acts on it.

Misha sign me pls.

Nomos2
June 29th 2018
262 Comments


"djentrepreneurs "

GFD

Also I'd be down for some more Haunted Shores

BlackMalachite
June 29th 2018
3711 Comments


Four Seconds to Mars

TundraL5Z
June 29th 2018
2611 Comments


I am loving this song dude, so good

impoppy
June 29th 2018
2154 Comments


But this sounds nothing like 30stm Dalton

chug73
June 29th 2018
3799 Comments


This is pretty good.
Much better as a side project
They have been shoehorning this type of stuff into Periphery for a while now and it just doesn't fit there.

SitarHero
Contributing Reviewer
June 29th 2018
8937 Comments


My issue with Periphery's use of electronica is that it's placed on albums like it's supposed to be segues between songs, which in theory I love the idea of. However, it never feels like it smoothens the transition of songs and usually feels out of place.

That being said, I really dug Bowen's chillstep album that he put out a while back and this is really good too, but seems to run out of ideas about halfway through and gets a little repetitive.

GooGooGajoob
June 30th 2018
190 Comments


"Seriously Periphery are doing so much for the modern era of metal music"

LOL. Do you live under a fridge?

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FRESHShaZaM
June 30th 2018
2 Comments


"Seriously Periphery are doing so much for the modern era of metal music"

Periphery fanboys are worse than Rick and Morty fanboys.

SitarHero
Contributing Reviewer
June 30th 2018
8937 Comments


"LOL. Do you live under a fridge?"

That's ironic coming from someone refuting Periphery's impact as pioneers in making a career in metal in the 21st century.

SteakByrnes
June 30th 2018
14597 Comments


I mean it was nice, but very in one ear and out the other

henryChinaski
July 1st 2018
4163 Comments


Pretty good song.

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someguest
July 1st 2018
29903 Comments


The worst part of Periphery is now isolated by itself.

zaruyache
July 2nd 2018
20668 Comments


"LOL. Do you live under a fridge?"

hopefully not since Fridge is a good band.


Periphery are influential to surface-level mallcore so idk why we should praise that lol.

SitarHero
Contributing Reviewer
July 2nd 2018
8937 Comments


Thats only the music though. I think their influence as businessmen and producers runs much deeper.



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