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Tag Archives: Periphery

Interview: Jake Bowen talks solo material, next Periphery album, backing tracks

Posted by on November 13, 2017

WMSC/Montclair’s The Metal Teddy Bear Experience caught up with Periphery guitarist Jake Bowen on Thursday when they played a sold out show at New York City’s Playstation Theater. They spoke about his electronic music project with Misha Mansoor, the next Periphery album, Nolly Getgood’s participation with the band since he departed, and fast food. You […]

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Spotify playlist: Fusion guitarist Jason Kui’s “Headbanging All Night” playlist

Posted by on October 12, 2017

Tomorrow (13) fusion guitarist Jason Kui will be releasing his debut album, Absence of Words, on Prosthetic. This will be the first time the album will be available outside of Hong Kong. The axeman says his influences include Eddie Van Halen and John Petrucci, and he’s been a session musician since 23. While he may not […]

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Periphery bassist Adam “Nolly” Getgood announces official departure

Posted by on August 3, 2017

After a five year run and contributing to four studio albums, Periphery bassist Adam “Nolly” Getgood decided to officially remove himself from the group. The bassist stopped touring with the band for a year now, however, the break from the road wasn’t enough for him. According to Getgood’s official statement, it was the “day-to-day decision-making […]

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Periphery and Animals As Leaders announce fall North American tour

Posted by on July 25, 2017

Periphery and Animals As Leaders will join forces this fall for a North American adventure. The Convergence Tour is set to kick off on Halloween in Columbus, OH and conclude on December 2nd in Denver, CO. Car Bomb opens up from October 31st thru November 15th, while Astronoid take over for the remainder of the […]

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New Kid on the Block Donnie Wahlberg attends Periphery show

Posted by on April 10, 2017

  If you want to get technical, metal is about 47 years old, if you count Black Sabbath as the band that inspired it. That means that many of the people that came of age listening to it are not only still listening, but many have kids and even grandkids that appreciate heavy stuff. We […]

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Metal Insider’s 10 most shocking moments of 2016

Posted by on December 30, 2016

Well, it’s been a year, 2016 has. A year where a gorilla getting shot was one of the least shitty things that happened, 2016 opened with the metal community still in shock over the passing of Lemmy and closed with the death of Princess Leia and her mom a day later, meaning all bets are […]

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Photos: The Epiphone Revolver Music Awards black carpet

Posted by on December 16, 2016

Earlier this week, New York City was the epicenter of metal, as the Epiphone Revolver Music Awards had their first east coast event at New York City’s Webster Hall. You can read about the winners here and check out photos of the performances here, but before the artists took the stage and hobnobbed with fans, they […]

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Metallica, Gojira, Baroness, Disturbed, Periphery comment on Grammy nominations

Posted by on December 7, 2016

Yesterday the nominations were announced for the 59th annual Grammy Awards, and we were surprised to see a few legitimate metal artists make the cut.  It didn’t take long for many of the artists in question including Metallica, Gojira, Baroness, Disturbed, and Periphery, to make statements about their nominations. Gojira received not only their first Grammy […]

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Metal Insider contributor Nick DeSimone’s top 10 of 2016

Posted by on December 6, 2016

It’s December, which means that everyone’s starting to look back at the year that was, even though we’re not quite through it yet. Over the next several weeks, Metal Insider will be bringing you our picks for the best albums of the year, as well as those from some of the artists that made some […]

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Gojira nominated for metal AND rock performance Grammy

Posted by on December 6, 2016

People have been bitching about the Grammy awards since a metal category was first awarded in 1989 and Metallica lost out to Jethro Tull. They’ve continued to be relatively tone deaf since, such as two years ago when “best metal peformance” went to Tenacious D covering a Dio song over Motorhead, Anthrax, Mastodon and Slipknot. […]

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