Tomorrow, Sumerian Records will release the highly anticipated sophomore album from Periphery, the aptly named Periphery II. And if you're not excited enough by that prospect alone, you will be after checking out the killer new music video for the album's lead single, "Make Total Destroy."
One of progressive metal's most highly anticipated summer releases is now streaming in its entirety online. You can listen to all of Periphery's sophomore album, Periphery II, via the YouTube clip below.
Yesterday, Periphery debuted another new track off their upcoming album, Periphery II, on SiriusXM satellite radio. In case you missed it — or just couldn't get enough — the song has made its way online and can be heard in the YouTube clip below.
Earlier today, several websites picked up on the fact that an advertisement running in this month's issue of Revolver featured what appeared to be the official release date from Periphery's new album. The full-page ad also referenced a guest guitar solo from Dream Theater's John Petrucci.
One piece of juicy information revealed in the official press release is that Periphery's new album will indeed be self-titled and will be released in May. Of course, this is only one of two albums the band have been working on.
Earlier this year, Down announced that they will record four new EPs instead of a full-length album, setting off a ton of speculation about how the album's days may be numbered, thanks to any number of culprits from our download-centric culture to the impatience of fans.