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#882
Oh that was the band who ripped of Squander.
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#883
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Gareth's got more spirituality in his left pinkie than most Christcore bands have in their entire souls lolz.


Is this a thing?
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#884
Not, like, a REAL thing. Just a vaguely condescending term to describe bands signed to Rise who aren't The Acacia Strain.
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#886
Really liked the ouverture.
Jakes track threw me off with a few things (vocal production and style really). But still dug it.
Was Matt's track from that side project with spencer and that awesome canadian guitarist btw? Sounds familiar - really liking this one its poppy in some ways but still heavy.

Edit: feed the ground is deffo my fav, for some reason thought the 2 instrumentals (especially nolly's wouldve been incredible with vox
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Last edited by Shredx at Jan 14, 2014,
#889
I definitely thought Feed The Ground was the best song, dat chorus

I hope they play some of these songs live
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#890
I just described Sponce's track to my friends as so... "some weird combination of percussion from Nine Inch Nails, guitar riffs from those weird modern rock bands that would clearly rather be pop groups, and lyrics from Lady Gaga, with only a handful of bits actually sounding anything like Periphery. It's hilarious, and I love it."

Feed The Ground has one particular riff (at 1:16) that sounds unmistakably like Slipknot's My Plague. Even the vocals on that riff sound just like Corey.

Misha's track is lame sauce and predictable.

EDIT: Has anybody noticed where these songs pulled from Overture? I'm not going to start noticing on my own until I listen to it all like, 15 times.
Last edited by Macabre_Turtle at Jan 15, 2014,
#891
Agree with Sponce's track. It sounds so ridiculous it's hard not to like it.


And i can't find anything that connects these songs to Overture, especially The Parade of Ashes.
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#892
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Ew, new PeripHIV.


I thought you were better than that Morph. I r dissapoint.


I've not got around to listening to the EP, but the previews didn't do much for me.
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#893
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I thought you were better than that Morph. I r dissapoint.


I've also got Between The Aids And Me, The Dongslinger Escape Plan, and Protest The Weeaboo.
#894
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EDIT: Has anybody noticed where these songs pulled from Overture? I'm not going to start noticing on my own until I listen to it all like, 15 times.


I think it was more of a thematic thing, like getting the vibe of Overture instead of incorporating specific elements of the intro track into each individual members song.

My favorite tracks are pretty much everything besides Zero. I like it but it's not as strong as everything else. Summer Jam and Pale Aura are amazing. Extraneous is heavy as balls Meshuggahish greatness. Feed the Ground and Parade of Ashes are so different that they open up an avenue of experimentation for them. I want to see them do more weird shit like those two songs. But Zero... It drags and it becomes background noise 30 seconds into ii. I wish Misha put his extended range guitars down and did a more experimental 6 string song like Buttersnips, Totla Mad, and Zyglorox. ****, even an All New Materials v2 would have been better than Zero. I hope that's something they do for P3 whenever that drops. Because the greatness of P1 was the crazier wank songs IMO. That's what really set them apart from the crowd not just the djent.

This EP was great though and should be enough to cleanse my Periphery pallet until P3 or Juggernaut drop.
Last edited by Jako215 at Jan 17, 2014,
#895
Wow I think this EP might be their best release yet.

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#899
Is the new album any good pls respond

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#900
yes. Yes it is. Much better than clear which I didn't like that much
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#901
I'll go look for a *completely legal 100% download* then

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#902
I'm enjoying it. I didn't like it when I was just listening to singles on Youtube, but it really works for me now that I'm actually hearing it as an album. Well, albums.
#904
I've been loving the Juggernaut albums 100%. I feel like it really met the expectations I had for them to meet after Periphery II. Didn't care for the Clear EP or pretty much anything they've done since Periphery II except for this. These albums are amazing.
#905
New album is so ehh.

I like that they changed, I don't mind that. But not for the better.
#906
Quote by GuitarKid61791
I think the new album(s) are insanely good. Too bad my preorder from AllIn still hasn't shipped


Should of ordered from merch connection, I got mine a week early.

God, Juggernaut is so good, I'v been listening to both CDs all week. Periphery never disappoints.
#907
Disappointing lack of hype for Periphery the passed year or so on this site.

New album is pretty bangin. Juggernaut will probably always remain my favorite, but P3 is real solid.
Last edited by Ignite at Jul 27, 2016,
#908
That's because this is the metal forum. And peripHIV isn't metal.
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#909
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That's because this is the metal forum. And peripHIV isn't metal.

Are you saying if it were put in the appropriate sub forum people would post in it? Metal seems like the closest thing to me bud.

I've really worn P3 out though, is almost nauseating to listen to I've played it in my car so much.