Periphery Premiere “22 Faces” via Rolling Stone; Digital Pre-orders Available Now



Periphery, the DC-based sextet that Revolver Magazine recently said “stand at the vanguard of a new, and thoroughly modern, musical movement”, premiere the new song “22 Faces” via Rolling Stone (
Digital pre-orders for the band’s forthcoming dual album releases, Juggernaut: Alpha and Juggernaut: Omega, are available today ( and with instant downloads offered for “The Scourge,” “The Bad Thing” and “22 Faces.”  Physical pre-order bundles are available now via  The physical release of Juggernaut: Omega will be packaged with The JuggerDoc, a documentary on the making of the two albums.
“’22 Faces’ is a track off of Juggernaut: Alpha that I happen to be super proud of. One minute it is ambient and pretty, and the next minute it is assaulting you from every which way,” singer Spencer Sotelo explained to Rolling Stone. “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.”
Periphery documented the recording process for the ambitious, two album release and is releasing footage as a series of webisodes via Sumerian Records’ YouTube page ( Clips featuring drummer Matt Halpern and guitar player Jake Bowen have surfaced with four more installments to come, the next arriving on Dec. 21 and profiling guitar player Mark Holcomb’s work on the albums.
A five-week tour kicks off on Jan. 10 at Cat’s Cradle in Carrboro, N.C. A video teaser for the tour, which includes openers for the upcoming tour are Nothing More, Wovenwar and Thank You Scientist, is available here: Tickets are on-sale now with VIP packages available via
Confirmed dates are as follows:
January 10     Carrboro, NC     Cat’s Cradle
January 11     Charlotte, NC     The Fillmore
January 12     Atlanta, GA     Masquerade
January 13     Tampa, FL     Orpheum
January 14     Ft. Lauderdale, FL     Revolution Live
January 16     New Orleans, LA     House of Blues
January 17     Houston, TX     House of Blues
January 18     Dallas, TX     House of Blues
January 20     Albuquerque, NM     Sunshine Theatre
January 21     Phoenix, AZ     Club Red
January 22     Los Angeles, CA     House of Blues
January 23     Anaheim, CA     Yost Theater
January 26     San Francisco, CA     The Fillmore
January 27     Portland, OR     Hawthorne Theater
January 28     Seattle, WA     El Corazon
January 31     Denver, CO     Summit Music Hall
February 2     Minneapolis, MN     Varsity Theater
February 3     Chicago, IL     House of Blues
February 4     Detroit, MI     St. Andrew’s Hall
February 6     Toronto, ON     Opera House
February 7     Montreal, QC     Corona Theatre
February 8     Albany, NY     Upstate Concert Hall
February 9     Rochester, NY     Water Street Music Hall
February 11     Boston, MA     Paradise Rock Club
February 12     New York, NY     Irving Plaza
February 13     Silver Spring, MD     The Fillmore
February 14     Philadelphia, PA     District N9ne
April 25 – 26     Jacksonville, FL     Welcome to Rockville Festival
May 15 -17     Columbus, OH     Rock on the Range
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