mercredi, 17 juin 2020
5, avenue du Rock'n'Roll, Esch, Alzette Luxembourg L-4361
Prix: 24,00 + 2,40€ presale fee
Horaires: Doors: 19:00 Show: 20:00
Organized by Rockhal
The concert of Periphery scheduled for the 17th of June has been cancelled. There will be no replacement date. Ticket holders will be refunded at their respective points of sale. Tickets purchased online at rockhal.lu will automatically be refunded.
It's with heavy hearts that we must announce all of Periphery's European shows scheduled in June are now cancelled. As the weeks have passed and the reality that this global pandemic has not slowed down enough to allow us to safely travel and play shows, we felt it best to give fans as much notice as possible that we are not making the trip.
Tickets for all headline dates can be refunded at point of purchase.
We're sorry to disappoint anyone looking forward to seeing us play, and we hope to get back to Europe very soon. In the meantime, please follow the orders of doctors and healthcare professionals, stay safe, and REMAIN INDOORS.
The process of innovation doesn’t sit still or sleep. Instead, it relies on constant motion.
In 2015, Periphery landed two albums in the Top 20 of Billboard’s Top 200 chart as Juggernaut: Alpha and Juggernaut: Omega respectively bowed at #15 and #16 during the same week.Meanwhile, the intertwined conceptual epic garnered praise from Rolling Stone, Alternative Press, Outburn, and more. Only months after the release, the Washington, D.C. progressive metal disruptors — Misha Mansoor [guitars, programming], Jake Bowen [guitar, programming, backing vocals], Matt Halpern [drums], Spencer Sotelo [lead vocals], Mark Holcomb [guitars], and Adam “Nolly” Getgood [studio bass, guitars, programming]—collectively decided to start creating what would become their 2016 full-length, Periphery III: Select Difficulty [Sumerian Records].
Periphery III kickstarts on the chugging smash of the first single The Price Is Wrong, driven by an artillery of neck-snapping guitars and a stunning groove, it immediately sets the record’s tone.