Maryland prog-metal sextet Periphery have shared a new track, “22 Faces”.
The song is lifted from the band’s forthcoming dual Juggernaut album release.
Periphery frontman Spencer Sotelo says of the track that it’s “a very schizophrenic track in nature as far as the structure and instrumentation goes. One minute it is ambient and pretty, and the next minute it is assaulting you from every which way.
“This track also goes right to the heart of the Juggernaut story and gives a good look at some of the conflicts that the main character has to endure. From all of us at the Periphery camp, we hope you guys enjoy this song!”
Juggernaut: Alpha and Juggernaut: Omega are both slated for release on the 26th of January via Century Media.
Drummer Matt Halpern recently explained of the twin album concept: “Although the albums are split in two physically, the story is only complete when the albums are digested consecutively. This allows the listener to recognise and hear the lyrical and musical overlapping themes.”
You can check out “22 Faces” below:
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