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PERIPHERY Announce New Album, Periphery III: Select Difficulty, New Tour with SIKTH, CHON, TOOTHGRINDER

Also, sadly Nolly is no longer a touring member.

Also, sadly Nolly is no longer a touring member.

What a day for Periphery fans. Today, the band officially announce the release of their new album, Periphery III: Select Difficulty. The album will be released on July 22nd via Sumerian Records.

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Like Juggernaut, the album was produced by Periphery’s own Adam “Nolly” Getgood. However, some bittersweet news… due to Nolly's expanding production work in the UK, he will no longer be touring with the band. No announcement about a replacement bassist has yet been made. However, the band will have to act quick as they also announced a new headlining tour this summer with SiKth, Chon and Toothgrinder. Tickets go on sale this Friday at 10am local time:

August 4 Raleigh, NC Lincoln Theatre
August 5 Atlanta, GA Masquerade
August 6 Memphis, TN New Daisy Theater
August 7 Dallas, TX House of Blues
August 8 San Antonio, TX Alamo City Music Hall
August 9 Houston, TX House of Blues
August 11 Phoenix, AZ The Press Room
August 12 San Diego, CA House of Blues
August 13 Los Angeles, CA The Regent
August 14 San Francisco, CA The Fillmore
August 16 Portland, OR Hawthorne Theater
August 17 Seattle, WA The Showbox
August 19 Salt Lake City, UT The Complex
August 20 Denver, CO Summit Music Hall
August 22 Minneapolis, MN Varsity Theater
August 24 Milwaukee, WI Turner Hall Ballroom
August 25 Grand Rapids, MI Intersection
August 26 Detroit, MI St. Andrew’s Hall
August 27 Pittsburgh, PA Mr. Small’s Theatre
August 28 Philadelphia, PA Theatre of the Living Arts
August 30 Boston, MA Paradise
August 31 New York, NY Irving Plaza
September 1 Baltimore, MD Baltimore Sound Stage

Nolly offered these comments on departing from the band's touring roster:

“Touring with Periphery has shown me some of the most incredible experiences I could ever have imagined, to meet amazing people all over the world and to create friendships for life; it has truly been an honour to perform in front of every audience who has watched us play over the years. However the touring life isn’t something that everyone can continue doing indefinitely, and for me, the time has come where I want to settle into a more normal existence, be able to make plans further into the future than the touring life enables, and to be able to focus more on the studio side of my music career,” explained Nolly. “I will, however, be remaining as a band member and contributing in any way that I can while the band is off the road; I love all of my fellow bandmates like brothers and I’m so grateful for the incredible support they’ve shown as I make this huge life change. I know they are going to be taking the music and performances to the next level when they hit the road later this year.”

Periphery guitarist Jake Bowen also offered some comments on the new album and tour:

“Periphery III: Select Difficulty is finally complete and we’re extremely excited to show everyone,” said guitar player Jake Bowen. “For the past couple of years we’ve been refining our collaborative process as a band and we feel that it’s only getting better with the completion of this album. We spent two months writing songs that are not only representative of the Periphery sound but also reflect where all of us are as musicians, working together has helped us tread new ground musically and creatively. In support of Periphery III you’ll see us hit the road in the States this summer with SikTh, Chon, and Toothgrinder on the Sonic Unrest tour, it’s going to be a blast! See you on the road!”

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