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Periphery - Periphery II, This Time It's Personal [Limited Edition] (2012)
Periphery - Periphery II, This Time It's Personal [Limited Edition] (2012)










Performer: Periphery
Album: Periphery II, This Time It's Personal [Limited Edition]
Label: Century Media
Catalog #: 9982168
Style: Progressive Metal / Djent
Year: 2012
Country: United States
Format: mp3 CBR@320kbps Stereo / FLAC (tracks/cue/log)
Size rar: MP3 (190MB) - FLAC (566MB) - Scans
Host: UsersCloud / Mega
Recovery Record: 3%
Password: massacre

Tracklist
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01. Muramasa - 2:51
02. Have a Blast (Feat. Guthrie Govan) - 5:55
03. Facepalm Mute - 4:54
04. Ji - 5:15
05. Scarlet - 4:09
06. Luck As a Constant - 6:05
07. Ragnarok - 6:36
08. The Gods Must Be Crazy! - 3:38
09. MAKE TOTAL DESTROY - 4:27
10. Erised (Feat. John Petrucci) - 6:13
11. Epoch - 2:11
12. Froggin Bullfish - 5:06
13. Mile Zero (Feat. Wes Hauch) - 5:31
14. Masamune - 6:09

+ Limited Edition Bonus Track

15. Far Out (Instrumental) - 3:34
16. The Heretic Anthem (Slipknot Cover) - 3:49
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Total Playing Time: [01:16:23]

Members in this Release:
Spencer Sotelo - Lead Vocals
Misha Mansoor - Guitar, Synths
Jake Bowen - Guitar, Synths, Programming
Mark Holcomb - Guitar
Adam Getgood - Bass, Guitar
Matt Halpern - Drums, Percussion





-> Release date:

July 13th, 2012

It is the first record by the band to feature new members Mark Holcomb and Adam "Nolly" Getgood, replacing Alex Bois and Tom Murphy on guitar and bass, respectively.
On May 30, 2012, Periphery posted an album teaser featuring the intro track "Muramasa."

The album's first single, "Make Total Destroy," was released on iTunes Tuesday, June 5. On June 14, 2012, the band released the track "Scarlet" on SiriusXM's Liquid Metal channel.

The official stream of the song was released on June 28 on Sumerian Records' YouTube channel.

The whole album was also streamed on Metal Hammer's website from June 29 for visitors to listen to.



Category: Progressive Metal, Art Rock | Views: 1108 | Added by: MetalMassacre | Tags: USA, Djent, Progressive Metal, Periphery, 2012 | Rating: 0.0/0

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This site is a boon to humanity. A thousand blessings to you sir.

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Thanks for the kind words man. 
Have a nice day.  cool

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Thnaks for this Album!!.

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You´re welcome!


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