Periphery III: Select Difficulty

Periphery - Periphery III: Select Difficulty
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2016 Ratings: #206
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Im glad others are able to enjoy this album, because To me, it was meh af
I saw on some lists that this is the worst effort by the band, but I'm just not seeing it. There's a clear balancing act on this one between the technically challenging songs and the stuff that sounds more metalcore. Sometimes, stuff can be poppy too, but it's still a jam. I happily enjoyed every tune on this one and would do it again in a heartbeat.
Periphery III Select Difficulty, released in 2015, is the third studio album by djent metal band Periphery, following up their 2012 release "Periphery II", which is one of my favorite metal albums, as well as just albums in general of all time. I personally don't think Periphery has ever made a bad album, and this is another example as to why. Tracks like Prayer Position, Remain Indoors, Flatline, The Price Is Wrong, as well as others prove this album's worth to be in Periphery's ... read more
It's so fascinating how this band can make an album that starts so brutally heavy and ends so calm and letting it sounds like it's the normalest thing ever. So many amazing songs here, this band is just too good ugh.
Favorites: Catch Fire (one of the catchiest songs ever!), The Way The News Goes..., Lune, Flatline, Remain Indoors, Absolomb, Habitual Line-Stepper and Marigold.
pretty good
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Added on: April 26, 2016