Joel Voorman

Periphery recently released ‘Periphery IV: HAIL STAN,’ the band’s first album on their newly minted label, 3DOT Recordings.

Metal Injection said of the new album:

“Although Periphery have been pioneers since the day they first emerged, this record represents yet another peak performance from a group of musicians who hit virtuoso status an entire career arc ago. Periphery III—which has now been streamed over 35 million times—was an absolute beast, while Periphery II contains all-time fan favorites like Scarlet and Make Total Destroy, but Periphery IV operates on another level altogether. 10/10”

The album’s first single, “Blood Eagle” was released alongside the announcement of the new album, with an accompanying music video. A second single, “Garden in the Bones”, was released on March 1, 2019. The album features the band’s longest song to date, “Reptile,” at 16 minutes and 44 seconds, as well as “Sentient Glow”, a reworking of the song of the same name by Haunted Shores, a studio project featuring Periphery guitarists Misha Mansoor and Mark Holcomb.

The Washington D.C. natives had had their musical style described as progressive metal, djent, and progressive metalcore. They are considered one of the pioneers of the djent movement within progressive metal.

All Periphery material is self-produced by the members of the band!

Since their self-titled debut, the band has released an additional five albums: ‘Periphery II: This Time It’s Personal,’ the double album ‘Juggernaut: Alpha and Omega,’Periphery III: Select Difficulty’ and ‘Periphery IV: Hail Stan.’ They’ve also released two EPs: ‘Icarus EP’ and ‘Clear.’

Ticket info

Reserved balcony seats are priced at $40. General admission floor tix (standing room only) are priced at $27.50

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