Six piece progressive metal juggernaut, Periphery are currently causing havoc down under in support of their new album Periphery III: Select Difficulty. With their signature triple-guitar attack, which lends their oeuvre a particular rhythmic dexterity, mathematical cacophony and complex grooves, the intertwined conceptual albums provide a solid canon of modern metal. With their distinctive high-gain fuelled by extensive use of overdrive pedals, virtuoso soloing, distorted, palm-muted, low-pitch guitar sound reminiscent of Meshuggah and SikTH, Periphery have become one of the spearheads of what has become known as the djent genre.
Periphery will be supported by Melbournians Circles and South Sydney metalcore quintet Polaris, who have built up a reputation on the road for the last two years as one of the most exciting upcoming live acts in the Australian heavy scene.
Periphery's last headline tour of Australia was sold out. Expect this one to do the same!
Thursday, February 2: Max Watts, Brisbane w/ Circles & Polaris
Friday, February 3: Metro Theatre, Sydney w/ Circles & Polaris
Sunday, February 5: 170 Russell, Melbourne w/ Circles & Polaris
Tuesday, February 7: Fowlers Live, Adelaide w/ Circles & Polaris
Thursday, February 9: Capitol, Perth w/ Chaos Divine & Make Way For Man
Official press release:There is no doubt that Periphery are innovators and they continue to raise the bar of originality ...
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