Washington D.C.-based prog act Periphery have premiered a new track, "The Price Is Wrong."
“It’s like handing somebody a grenade,” guitarist Jake Bowen says of the song, which serves as the album opener. “It’s so in-your-face and brutal for us. It was a great way to start.”
“Every one of our albums has a nice long intro, and we were like, ‘Let’s kick this off with a drum fill and a pissed-off riff,’” adds guitarist Misha Mansoor. “It’s something we haven’t done. It was fun.”
The band will release its fifth album, Periphery III: Select Difficulty, July 22 via Sumerian Records.
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Periphery III: Select Difficulty track listing:
1. The Price is Wrong
4. The Way The News Goes…
5. Remain Indoors
6. Habitual Line-Stepper
9. Catch Fire
10. Prayer Position