Tag: Periphery

NEWS: August Burns Red get lit by Bulb!

Doing something special for each of their anniversaries and really celebrating their rich history is something that August Burns Red have made a habit of an given us the opportunity to witness them taking to the stage and performing our favourite albums in full. So as the 10th Anniversary of “Leveler” approaches, not only will

NEWS: August Burns Red premier re-recorded “Poor Millionaire”!

Having celebrated the 10th Anniversary of each of their albums this far with tours and remixed and remastered records,¬†August Burns Red have gone one step further with “Leveler“. 21st May will see the band share with us a completely re-recorded version of the album with new solos and different tunings produced and mixed by Carson

Interview: Periphery on The Downbeat Podcast!

Returning after a short break for another episode of The Downbeat Podcast, Stray From The Path drummer Craig Reynolds talks to fellow sticksman Matt Halpern of those World-class DJentlemen Periphery. As both men have that something in common the chat orientates  around the nitty gritty of things like playing annoying parts that guitarists think are

Playthrough: “Satellites” from Periphery!

As a band, getting an endorsement or the opportunity to put your name to a manufacturers gear is a milestone to be proud of. They wouldn’t be asking you if you’re not a big enough of a deal. So filmed at Magpie Cage Studios in Baltimore Maryland, Periphery drummer Matt Halpern has recorded a drum

Interview: Adam “Nolly” Getgood on The Downbeat Podcast!

For those who aren’t in the know and let’s face it, there can’t be many, Periphery bassist Adam “Nolly” Getgood is a multi instrumentalist of serious talent who has also warmed the producers chair for albums by Animals As Leaders, Architects and The Devin Townsend Project to name but a few. He also has serious

Review: “The Artist” by Strei

Hailing from Ottawo, Ontario Canada and comprising scene veterans Jeremy Toppings (Harsh Vocals), Aaron Stafford (Guitar, Clean Vocals, Bass, Keys) and Julien Doyle (Drums, Percussion, Vocals), a new Progressive Metal act Strei have, over a number of singles, consistently moved between sub-genres of Metal with ease. Blending those progressive sounds with some post-hardcore and melodic

Review: “Before” by Obsidian

Labeling themselves as a Progressive Metalcore act that “embraces many influences, from post-hardcore to ambient, DJent or progressive scenes and merges them into one defined style“, Nantes France quartet Obsidian (meaning a hard, dark, glasslike volcanic rock formed by the rapid solidification of lava without crystallization) recorded and mixed their debut album “Before”  at Brown Bear

Review: “Circadian” by Intervals

When it comes to Instrumental Progressive Metal, there are a number of artists who are considered pioneers in the genre. One of those is Intervals, founded in Ontario Canada in 2011 by guitarist Aaron Marshall, a musician known for his ability to create infectious melodies and engaging compositions. The latest incarnation of his band sees