Periphery Megathread: Everything Periphery

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  1. John

    John New album out now: https://goo.gl/PdPVYh

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    it's still genuinely nice to see after all these years no one agrees on anything when it comes to our music!
    cheers!
     
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    Are there any new Periphery gadgets coming out for the cancelled NAMM show thing in the new year that you can hint at in unsubtle ways?
     
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    Lorcan Ward 7slinger

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    Once you have a few albums out and your sound changes even slightly your fan base will tear itself apart.

    I love asking an artist with a bunch of albums on their belt what 3 songs would they recommend as an introduction to your band?
     
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    That's Diversity!

    Any new HT6/7's coming? Anyone mad at Jackson over these crazy price increases? Any news on the Bulb solo release date or Haunted shores? Merry Christmas!
     
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    Am I crazy if I don't like Nolly's Periphery mixes as much? Well I do like them, but after going back to listening some hard rock / alt metal albums mixed by a dedicated audio engineer, I like those a lot better. PIV especially sounds a bit...I don't know how to say it.. I've seen many people praise Periphery for the guitar tones but after a while I think the most impressive thing of Periphery's sound is the drums, they sound huge in P3 and P4, P1 has a memorable drum sound too.
     
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    reptile?
     
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    i'm sure some people are mad, but that's the cost of covid and US labor, got some stuff in the works as always, can't say much at the moment but I have dropped some hints
     
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    Blue custom 7 with Floyd please.
     
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    Nah I really hate Floyds, sticking to putting out stuff I actually use has been working out nicely!
     
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    Albake21 "Just get a used Ibanez Prestige."

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    Evertune model? Evertune Pro series would be pretty cool.
     
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    Soon my lovelies
     
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    Yeah, you do you. That blue one with the Floyd is your coolest guitar in my opinion.
     
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    You reckon?

    He missed a couple notes, for sure. But considering the massive range he sings across, and it’s a live performance, I think it’s REALLY impressive.

    Look at other bands with clean singing and it’s hard to find singers who pull off things as convincingly as Spencer. Killswitch Engage REALLY struggle, and their vocal parts are super simple. Trivium live vocals aren’t great, despite Matt practicing religiously. And both of them are larger than Periphery.
     
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    Hopefully a 7-string Strat even if it says Jackson on the headstock.
     
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    Spencer is a great singer, and I love his music across the board but I think saying he's REALLY impressive is a bit of a stretch.

    Spencer still struggles, and as the years have gone by and I look back at old cell footage of the shows I went to, Spencer was on point 90% of the time. As much as you can ask for any singer live, especially one who jumps between singing/screaming as often as he does with the range he does. I highly doubt you'll ever see them perform Sentient Glow and hear Spencer rock that last high note (His highest to date on record AFAIK).

    Impressive to me is like, Tilian Pearson/Ashe O'Hara. I'm sure you can find a clip or two of them flub here and there, but they both are pretty much true to record and nail whatever they sing nearly everytime.
     
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    Okay but how soon
     
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    Sheet Happens just sent an email saying that P2 Guitar Tab will be this year.
     
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    coreysMonster So long, Germany!

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    Ashe struggled a LOT with TesseracT live (and that's with their layers and layers of backing vocals). Not just with Dan's stuff, a lot of his own stuff was outside of a range he could pull off in concert. Course that was almost 10 years ago so no idea how he's improved since.
     
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    I don't know if you guys know this, but we had no idea the London show was being recorded, much less in any capacity to be released.
    Sure it's a little rough around the edges on all ends, but we generally bias our live shows to having a good time and vibing with the crowd as opposed to being note perfect. And that crowd was fucking incredible. I was definitely enjoying my whiskey, and I had an absolutely fantastic time.

    I think if we know we are recording a show for release, we might pull back a little and try to focus a bit more on the performance rather than enjoying everything in the moment.

    Or maybe not.
     
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