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Periphery - Periphery [Deluxe Edition] (2010)
Periphery - Periphery [Deluxe Edition] (2010)










Performer: Periphery
Album: Periphery [Deluxe Edition]
Label: Sumerian Records
Catalog #: SUM-033
Style: Progressive Metal / Djent
Year: 2010
Country: United States
Format: mp3 CBR@320kbps Stereo / FLAC (tracks/cue/log)
Size rar: MP3 (CD1 173MB / CD2 170MB) - FLAC (CD1 544MB / CD2 543MB) - Scans
Host: UsersCloud / Mega
Recovery Record: 3%
Password: massacre

Tracklist CD # 1:
Original Album
-----------------
01. Insomnia - 4:49
02. The Walk - 5:06
03. Letter Experiment - 6:51
04. Jetpacks Was Yes - 3:57
05. Light - 5:51
06. All New Materials - 5:21
07. Buttersnips - 5:54
08. Icarus Lives - 4:24
09. Totla Mad (Feat. Adam 'Nolly' Getgood) - 4:00
10. Ow My Feelings - 6:07
11. Zyglrox - 5:06
12. Racecar (Feat. Jeff Loomis & Elliot Coleman) - 15:21
--------------------------
Total Playing Time: [01:12:46]

Tracklist CD # 2:
Instrumental Album
-----------------
01. Insomnia - 4:49
02. The Walk - 5:06
03. Letter Experiment - 6:51
04. Jetpacks Was Yes - 3:57
05. Light - 5:51
06. All New Materials - 5:21
07. Buttersnips - 5:54
08. Icarus Lives - 3:10
09. Totla Mad (Feat. Adam 'Nolly' Getgood) - 4:00
10. Ow My Feelings - 6:07
11. Zyglrox - 5:06
12. Racecar (Feat. Jeff Loomis & Elliot Coleman) - 15:24
--------------------------
Total Playing Time: [01:11:34]

Members in this Release:
Spencer Sotelo - Lead Vocals
Misha Mansoor - Guitar, Synths
Jake Bowen - Guitar, Synths, Programming
Alex Bois - Guitar
Tom Murphy - Bass, Guitar
Matt Halpern - Drums, Percussion







-> Release date:

April 20, 2010

Debut studio album by American progressive metal band Periphery, signed by Sumerian Records and released on April 20, 2010.

Many songs on the track list had been written long before the release date but due to vocalist complications the debut album had been postponed on several occasions.

Former vocalist Chris Barretto had nearly finished recording the album before he and the band parted ways months before its release. Rather than release the songs with Barretto's vocals, the band decided to rerecord Barretto's songs with Spencer Sotelo; however, Sotelo only re-worked a few of the melodies when recording vocals, versus writing completely new lyrics. As a result, Sabol's and Barretto's lyrics and vocal melodies and harmonies are still featured on the record.

Re-released on February 6, 2012 as a 'Special Edition' including the Instrumental Version of the Album



Category: Progressive Metal, Art Rock | Views: 508 | Added by: MetalMassacre | Tags: 2010, Progressive Metal, Djent, USA, Periphery | Rating: 0.0/0

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