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PERIPHERY’S MISHA MANSOOR TALKS TO METALSUCKS

Posted on May 20, 2010

July 5th sees PERIPHERY’S self titled debut release in the UK. After playing some shows in support of the album, which has seen a release in their native US (and is therefore available digitally here now), the band have taken to the road with Dillinger Escape Plan in Australia.

Before they headed out, MetalSucks chatted to main-man Misha Mansoor about the forthcoming album…

“I started this band in 2005. I had a bunch of songs then.” Says Misha, “Dude, ‘The Walk’ and ‘Letter Experiment’ were written back then. They changed maybe a little bit, especially ‘Letter Experiment,’ but those were always supposed to go on the album. Maybe what the album was going to be and the songs that were going to be on the album have changed; it’s always sort of evolved and adapted to the songs that were available and the stuff I’ve written. We’ve been planning on putting out this album since at least the end of 2005 or early 2006. So it’s been 4 years, 5 years in the making. It’s kind of crazy when you think of it that way….”

Read the full interview HERE

Pre-order the album HERE, and check out their video for ‘Icarus Lives’ in the player below!

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