History Music / Periphery

6th Jan '16 10:12:32 AM Morgenthaler
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Periphery are an American ProgressiveMetal band founded in 2005, whose relative success has made them leaders of the so-called '{{Djent}}' movement, a recent wave of metal acts that employ Music/{{Meshuggah}}'s chugging, rhythmically complex riffing style as a key component of their music. While acts like SikTh and Textures may have developed the prototypical form of the subgenre, creating a more melodic and experimental take on the original formula, [[TropeCodifier Periphery are generally credited as its zeitgeist band]], kickstarting the popularization and diversification of the genre.
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Periphery are an American ProgressiveMetal band founded in 2005, whose relative success has made them leaders of the so-called '{{Djent}}' movement, a recent wave of metal acts that employ Music/{{Meshuggah}}'s chugging, rhythmically complex riffing style as a key component of their music. While acts like SikTh Music/SikTh and Textures may have developed the prototypical form of the subgenre, creating a more melodic and experimental take on the original formula, [[TropeCodifier Periphery are generally credited as its zeitgeist band]], kickstarting the popularization and diversification of the genre.
2nd Dec '15 11:06:39 PM Confession0791
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Periphery are an American ProgressiveMetal band founded in 2005, whose relative success has made them leaders of the so-called 'djent' movement, a recent wave of metal acts that employ Music/{{Meshuggah}}'s chugging, rhythmically complex riffing style as a key component of their music. While acts like SikTh and Textures may have developed the prototypical form of the subgenre, creating a more melodic and experimental take on the original formula, [[TropeCodifier Periphery are generally credited as its zeitgeist band]], kickstarting the popularization and diversification of the genre.
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Periphery are an American ProgressiveMetal band founded in 2005, whose relative success has made them leaders of the so-called 'djent' '{{Djent}}' movement, a recent wave of metal acts that employ Music/{{Meshuggah}}'s chugging, rhythmically complex riffing style as a key component of their music. While acts like SikTh and Textures may have developed the prototypical form of the subgenre, creating a more melodic and experimental take on the original formula, [[TropeCodifier Periphery are generally credited as its zeitgeist band]], kickstarting the popularization and diversification of the genre.
24th Aug '15 7:50:09 AM Nanogon
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* PrecisionF-strike:
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* PrecisionF-strike: PrecisionFStrike:
24th Aug '15 7:45:25 AM Nanogon
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* PrecisionF-strike: ** The last chorus of ''22 Faces''. "Fuck me! I am dying to see". ** ''Icarus Lives". "Fuck them!" in the last chorus too.
14th May '15 3:40:24 AM Nanogon
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* ClusterFBomb: ''Feed The Ground'' and ''The Bad Thing''.

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* SubduedSection: ''Feed The Ground''.
14th May '15 3:35:11 AM Nanogon
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* GriefSong: 'Mile Zero'.
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* GriefSong: 'Mile Zero'.''Mile Zero''.

* LastNoteNightmare: 'Masamune' starts with happy-sounding major-scale progressions, then abruptly turns into a darker part which slowly goes to a downtuned dissonant chugging followed by cries from hell towards the end of the song.
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* LastNoteNightmare: 'Masamune' ''Masamune'' starts with happy-sounding major-scale progressions, then abruptly turns into a darker part which slowly goes to a downtuned dissonant chugging followed by cries from hell towards the end of the song.
14th May '15 3:33:59 AM Nanogon
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* LastNoteNightmare: 'Masamune' starts with happy-sounding major-scale progressions, then abruptly turns into a darker part which slowly goes to a downtuned dissonant chugging followed by cries from hell towards the end of the song.
14th May '15 1:42:56 AM Nanogon
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* EpicRocking: ''Racecar'', the 15-minute climax of their self-titled debut.
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* EpicRocking: EpicRocking: ** ''Racecar'', the 15-minute climax of their self-titled debut.debut. ** ''Omega'', the 11-minute song of "Juggernaut: Omega".
14th May '15 1:41:01 AM Nanogon
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* CoverVersion: They covered One by Music/{{Metallica}} and it is actually surprisingly good. Another notable cover is Black Or White by Music/{{Michael Jackson}} which was performed with a former vocalist Chris Barretto (now sings in Monuments).
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* CoverVersion: They covered One by Music/{{Metallica}} and it is actually surprisingly good. Another notable cover is Black Or White by Music/{{Michael Jackson}} which was performed with a former vocalist Chris Barretto (now sings in Monuments). And the last but not least - The Heretic Anthem by Music/{{Slipknot}}.
14th May '15 1:39:48 AM Nanogon
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* CoverVersion: They covered One by Music/{{Metallica}} and it is actually surprisingly good.
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* CoverVersion: They covered One by Music/{{Metallica}} and it is actually surprisingly good. Another notable cover is Black Or White by Music/{{Michael Jackson}} which was performed with a former vocalist Chris Barretto (now sings in Monuments).
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