Periphery To Embark On North American Tour This Fall
Washington, D.C., progressive metal giants Periphery have just put out their latest full length record, Periphery IV: Hail Stan, this past April via 3DOT Recordings. Now, they’re taking on a headlining tour throughout North America in the fall. Direct support will be coming from fellow prog-metal stars Veil Of Maya and the instrumental math rock trio Covet.
Tickets will be going on sale this Friday at 10am EST for all U.S. and Canadian shows. So if you haven’t already lost all your money on Ghost action figures or online sports betting in Canada, make sure to get tickets to one of the dates below:
09 - Pittsburgh, PA - Roxian Theatre
10 - Philadelphia, PA - Theatre Of Living Arts
12 - Boston, MA - House Of Blues
13 - Montreal, QC - Le National
14 - Toronto, ON - The Phoenix
16 - Cleveland, OH - House Of Blues
17 - Chicago, IL - House Of Blues
18 - Minneapolis, MN - Skyway Theatre
20 - Winnipeg, MB - Garrick Centre
21 - Saskatoon, SK - Louis
23 - Edmonton, AB - Union Hall
24 - Calgary, AB - The Palace Theatre
26 - Vancouver, BC - Rickshaw Theatre
27 - Seattle, WA - The Showbox
28 - Portland, OR - Hawthrone Theatre
30 - Salt Lake City, UT - The Complex
01- Denver, CO - Summit
02 - Kansas City, MO - The Truman
03 - St. Louis, MO - The Pageant
Speaking to Kerrang! about Periphery IV: Hail Stan, Periphery guitarist Jake Bowen said, “I think it’s easy to just assume Periphery is capable of writing certain types of melodies or ethereal-sounding passages or whatever, but a lot of the aspects about metal are not pleasant to listen to and fill you with a certain type of energy, so we really like exploring them.
“A few of us listen to some really brutal metal,” he added, “and we always talk about how much fun it would be to do stuff like that. So to finally sit down and do it feels pretty good — it feels like a catharsis.”
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