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Bethesda, Maryland (2005 – present)

Periphery is an American band from Bethesda, Maryland, formed in 2005. Periphery is one of the pioneers of the djent[/ movement.

Formation and Lineup Changes (2005 - 2009)
Periphery was formed by guitarist Misha Mansoor in 2005. He slowly gained a reputation on the Internet, primarily via a regularly-updated Soundclick account,
Meshuggah and John Petrucci forums, and the message boards. Before and during Periphery’s tenure in the metal scene, Mansoor developed a reputation for doing his own audio production, the majority of which was performed with a home computer and a Pod XT during this period. Mansoor has continued to update his personal project, Bulb, which preceded Periphery, often transferring songs between the two projects. Mansoor continues to be involved in a number of other musical projects.

Between 2005 and 2009, Periphery worked with vocalists Jake Veredika, Casey Sabol and Chris Barretto, gradually moving from a nu metal-influenced sound to a more experimental style, with a focus on innovative production. In 2009, the band announced via their MySpace blog that they had signed a one record deal with Sumerian Records, on which they would release their debut full-length album.

Periphery has toured extensively since 2008, supporting artists including DevilDriver, Emmure, Veil of Maya, Animals as Leaders, God Forbid, The Dillinger Escape Plan and Fear Factory.


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  • BlackMetallizer

    Catastrophic creations OH!

    20 Jul 12:15am Reply
  • BlackMetallizer

    Clear EP>>>>Periphery II>>>Periphery. They're getting better abd better.

    19 Jul 11:00am Reply
  • bryantheqb

    they are emo not screamo

    16 Jul 5:20pm Reply
  • buttheadstorm

    Screamo? Go fuck yourself...

    15 Jul 1:12am Reply
  • DarkMessengerVI

    one of my favorite screamo bands.

    14 Jul 11:32pm Reply
  • OzzyMan

    The first album was something out of this world. a real national treasure of a genre full with creativity and vision. the new stuff is.. not quite.

    14 Jul 9:46pm Reply
  • thiago_japa

    Still loving the first album, more than the new ones!

    12 Jul 7:40pm Reply
  • Arueris

    Periphery II is such an immensely dense album. I'm amazed.

    8 Jul 7:49pm Reply
  • TheWrathofThor

    Fairly certain every guy in this band has no balls

    2 Jul 3:59pm Reply
  • sunjay140

    and redditors and pornstars.

    26 Jun 6:08pm Reply
  • Unorthodox

    and pediatricians

    25 Jun 8:35pm Reply
  • buttheadstorm

    and Magicians

    25 Jun 12:50am Reply
  • buttheadstorm

    Metal for mathematicians

    25 Jun 12:49am Reply
  • Dream-core

    Only If For a Night :3

    23 Jun 3:16am Reply
  • K696

    Fucking amazing band !!! REDUCE THEM ALL TO BONES !!!

    13 Jun 10:03pm Reply
  • Arueris

    Periphery II is a fuckbeast of polyrythm. I really should get clear. THE D IS SILENT, HILLYBILLY!

    12 Jun 9:59pm Reply
  • DamienCallisto

    For me, these guys just keep improving. I like some parts on P1, and PII has been growing on me quite a bit, but Clear is just perfect. The variety is fantastic. I hope they continue in that direction.

    10 Jun 2:49am Reply
  • Theomegalisten

    Generic Protest the hero

    3 Jun 4:31pm Reply
  • BTBAMowns111

    I thought P1 was the greatest thing ever when it first came out. Compared musically with their newer stuff, it still stands strong and some moments are among the best stuff they've done, but I agree that P2 is just so much more pleasing quality wise, and also vocal wise although I surprisingly have always liked his vocals on P1 quite a bit

    30 May 4:31pm Reply
  • Cynnicio

    I agree as well. P1 is alright, but Clear was just so much better in terms of production value and variety, and P2 is just straight up timeless and I can listen to it a thousand times and not get tired of it because it's just that good.

    30 May 3:21pm Reply
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