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Periphery’s Spencer Sotelo guests on PhaseOne’s “Digital”

Posted by on April 16, 2019

When Spencer Sotelo is not releasing a new Periphery album, he is keeping busy by guesting on a new PhaseOne track called “Digital.” The track will be featured on the band’s upcoming album Transcendency which drops tomorrow (17th) via Discipline. Not only did Spencer lend his vocals but so did the entire Northlane lineup and Thy Art […]

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New & Noteworthy, April 28th – Cashing Out

Posted by on April 28, 2015

More and more in the heavy music world these days, we’re seeing that “breakup” very often means “hiatus” instead. That is the case with tonight’s leading release, as one of the leading bands of last decade’s post-hardcore scene returns with a new lineup and a new album. Check it out!   From First to Last, Dead […]

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Veil of Maya lift the veil on another new song, Mikasa

Posted by on March 23, 2015

Back in January, Veil of Maya announced that their new vocalist was Lukas Magyar of Arms of Empire. They also unveiled a song, “Phoenix.” Now they’re announcing the release date, title and artwork for the band’s fifth album. Matriarch will be out on May 12th. In addition to releasing that information, the band have also released […]

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Periphery coming out with 2 albums, 22 Faces

Posted by on December 15, 2014

The new Periphery album is a Juggernaut. Two, that is. Just the fact that the band is releasing a double concept album is an indicator that they’re upping the ambition, but we’ve gotten a hint that this will also be their biggest album(s) musically as well from the first two songs we’ve heard. Today, via Rolling […]

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Here’s what From First to Last with Periphery’s Spencer Sotelo sounds like

Posted by on November 24, 2014

From First to Last hasn’t released a new album since 2010’s Throne to the Wolves. Since then, they’ve reformed without onetime vocalist Sonny Moore, who’s been busy with his own project as Skrillex. In his place is Periphery vocalist Spencer Sotelo, and while he’s got his own thing happening with Periphery, he’s stated that he’ll remain […]

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Here’s a piece of new Periphery music

Posted by on June 9, 2014

Since the release of their second album, II: This Time It’s Personal, Periphery have kept busy. A lot of that time has been taken up by touring, but the surprise release earlier this year of the EP Clear showed that the band is still creatively firing on all cylinders. The EP came even as the band continued to […]

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Former and Current Vocalists For Periphery All Have New Music

Posted by on March 10, 2014

Fans of Periphery might remember that before the band released their debut album with Spencer Sotelo as frontman, the band went through a series of vocalists who are now off doing various projects. Two of these former vocalists include Casey Sabol, the band’s second vocalist, and Chris Barretto, the third vocalist and last before Sotelo […]

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Periphery joined by former vocalist onstage

Posted by on November 22, 2013

Wednesday night (20) was the last night of Periphery’s This Tour is Personal tour in New York, and the band ended it in style by bringing up one of their former vocalists. Chris Barretto. The band’s most recent vocalist before current singer Spencer Sotelo performed “Icarus Lives!” with them for the encore, and it was preserved […]

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Periphery frontman Spencer Sotelo Tweets about new material

Posted by on October 4, 2013

Periphery frontman Spencer Sotelo is now following up on the band’s cryptic Instagram notions that they have been working on new material. With the band just releasing a video for Ragnarok,  filmed during Summer Slaughter, and their tour starting next week with Born of Osiris, Dead Letter Circus and Twelve Foot Ninja, the band is keeping […]

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Twelve Foot Ninja Talks About Periphery Connection, Aspirations For The U.S.

Posted by on April 9, 2013

Twelve Foot Ninja has taken their home country of Australia by storm with their debut full-length Silent Machine. While the album has yet to be properly released in the U.S., the group’s unique style of prog metal (imagine Mr. Bungle infused with elements of djent) has already caught the attention of many American fans, including […]

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