11 Songs, 1 Hour 3 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Technical complexity and untethered rage merge in their lashing prog riffs.

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Technical complexity and untethered rage merge in their lashing prog riffs.

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics.
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Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
189 Ratings

189 Ratings

Deeeke ,

Return to Their Roots?

It is mentioned here that Periphery should return to their roots. Well, if that's how you feel, I now picture you as 36 and living in your parents basement playing your x-box watching VHS tapes of early 90's MTV. Things change and hopefully progress. This track is killer. Every album has shown growth, skill, and maturity. Periphery can be as hard as they come and incredibly beautiful at the same time. This track is a rush. It's constantly moving. It's intense and rawkus. Why don't people who can't grow with the sound or appreciate it go back to their roots before internet and mail their comments to themselves.

Stockbeast ,

Periphery's iceberg single

I'll be honest, periphery has been one of my top 5 bands in recent years, not releasing a single subpar album. Juggernaut was such an ephemeral work, even now I can't stop listening to it cover to cover; truly a progression as a band without a doubt. With this said, I am not a fan of this song. It isn't bad by any means, but I feel it is just too generically monotonous, blatant chugs, garbled mush. The whole reason I got into periphery was because they were talented, refreshing, truly skilled and clever musicians who broke out of the stale chug scene that was present. I anxiously await the full album, as I have no doubts it will be another stellar success, but this track will unfortunately be the lackluster pilot episode of an enthralling, captivating series.

Itofigari ,

Evolve, progress, surprise

Well...been a metal head for more than half of my life and still at it thanks to bands like these. Grew up on Maiden, At The Gates and then Opeth, Katatonia amongst many other European and American fantastic bands...this album seems to encompass the reason why this genre is still able to move me in so many ways. Technical, heavy when needed and melodic without being tiresome or cheesy...
Can run for miles and miles on this.
Buy it

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