Periphery Albums Ranked

Periphery is an American progressive metal band formed in Washington, D.C. in 2005. Their musical style has been described as progressive metal, djent, and progressive metalcore. They are considered one of the pioneers of the djent movement within progressive metal. They have also received a Grammy nomination. The band consists of vocalist Spencer Sotelo, guitarists Misha Mansoor, Mark Holcomb, Jake Bowen, and drummer Matt Halpern. Since their self-titled debut, the band has released an additional five albums: Periphery II: This Time It’s Personal, the double album Juggernaut: Alpha and Omega, Periphery III: Select Difficulty, and Periphery IV: Hail Stan. They’ve also released two EPs: Icarus EP and Clear. All Periphery material is self-produced by the members of the band. Here are all of the Periphery albums ranked.

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8.Juggernaut: Alpha & Omega (2015)

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“m in absolute love with this double LP. Truthfully speaking, I love both sides equally, as I feel like they are the yin to the other’s yang. They are really different, yet still remain very identical. Periphery was seriously able to blow me out of the water with this release, but I guess I should not be surprised at all. After all, it is Periphery. They have wowed me for a really long time. I feel like if I keep listening to this release, I’m going to find it perfect.”

7. Clear (2014)

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Clear is a nice little EP from Periphery that more or less continues what This Time It’s Personal began, although as usual, I find Periphery’s music less that enjoyable unless Spencer is singing at the top of his lungs. I’m sure the fanboys will find something to rave about here, but this isn’t a significant release for these guys, I’m hoping their next full length is a bit more.”

6. Juggernaut: Omega (2015)

Juggernaut: Omega - Wikipedia

“It’s pretty awesome. Priestess might just have “chorus of the year” award. The rest of the album is excellent as well. I’m really appreciating the bits of jazz influence here and there.”

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5. Juggernaut: Alpha (2015)

Juggernaut: Alpha - Wikipedia

Juggernaut: Alpha is the first of the two and opens with a pretty proggy and clean sung number. It’s nice but it’s not until “The Scourge” that my attention was grabbed on the first listen with this pretty heavy and syncopated song. On the subsequent spins, the first few tracks seemed more enjoyable, however. “

4. Periphery IV: Hail Stan (2019)

Album Review: Periphery, “Periphery IV: Hail Stan” – Proglodytes

“A phenomenal album two and a half years in the making. Great first track though many could argue they don’t know how to make 10+ minute songs work (I disagree). Spencer’s vocals have never been better and their mixing and production is some of the best I’ve heard from this band by far.”

3. Periphery III: Select Difficulty (2016)

Periphery - Periphery III: Select Difficulty Lyrics and Tracklist | Genius

“This is the Periphery album we all deserved. Starts off brutal and ends beautifully. The flow is here folks. I will venture out to say this is on the same level as the self-titled. I’m sure I will get some disagreement with that but everything in between was disorganized and did not keep me interested.”

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2. Periphery (2010)

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“The way this album flows seamlessly from song to song; the recurring themes and musical motifs; the way the album shifts from lightness to darkness: these are what make this album so damn stellar. This is the first “metal” album I ever heard, and I instantly loved it. Goes to show just how powerful it is. But really: absolutely perfect album.”

1. Periphery II: This Time It’s Personal (2012)

Periphery, 'Periphery II: This Time It's Personal' – Album Review

“This album is great. If you like good guitar playing, groovy drumming, and a singer with a really good range, this is for you. This is what “Djent” should be, not like some of these other bands that go 0–0-0–0-0–0–0 on their ridiculous 8-string guitars.”