In the world of modern progressive metal, Periphery have climbed their way to the top with their monolithic palm-muted riffs and tongue-in-cheek subject matter, along with their outrageously energetic live shows.
Previously stopping by Southeast Asia with a set at Pulp Summer Slam 2012 in Manila, the band will now embark upon a proper tour in Southeast Asia, beginning in Singapore.
While the promoter has not been confirmed, the band took it upon themselves to publish the poster with all their dates in the continent. The tour will launch in Singapore on February 11th at Aliwal Arts Centre.
The band recently released their fifth album, Periphery III: Select Difficulty.
Look out for more details — including ticket prices — as they come. Watch this space.
Periphery's Singapore show will now take place Millian (St James Power Station, 3 Sentosa Gateway #01-05), on Saturday, 11 February. Doors open at 6pm.
As many of you already know, local emo-math favourites Forests will also be opening, so come early!
For further details, please visit STREET NOISE SG's official event page.
Watch the music video for Periphery's 'Marigold':