Turbo Rules – In Memoriam

John “Turbo” Shatesky

01/25/1980 – 07/28/2023



Periphery release their fifth album, Periphery III: Select Difficulty, today, via Sumerian Records. The DC-based band kicks off their first U.S. tour in support of the 11-song album on Aug. 4.

Periphery III: Select Difficulty is both a culmination of the style that we’ve developed through the band’s career and also a step into unknown territory,” explained bass player/studio wizard Adam “Nolly” Getgood, who oversaw the production of the new album as he did with the Juggernaut releases. “More than ever before we pushed ourselves to create lasting moments of tension and beauty, and I know I speak for the whole band when I say we’re all very proud of what we accomplished. We’re incredibly excited that the album is now out in the world, we hope you enjoy it!

For the past couple of years we’ve been refining our collaborative process as a band and we feel that it’s only getting better with the completion of this album,” added guitar player Jake Bowen. “We spent two months writing songs that are not only representative of the Periphery sound but also reflect where all of us are as musicians, working together has helped us tread new ground musically and creatively.

Physical bundles are available now via  while digital versions can be found via iTunes (http://smarturl.it/PeripheryIII-iTunes), Amazon (http://smarturl.it/PeripheryIII-Amazon) and Google Play (http://smarturl.it/PeripheryIII-GoogleP).

“Marigold” video; Click image above or follow this link to view video: https://youtu.be/rmtU2WJfPgU
“Marigold” video; Click image above or follow this link to view video: https://youtu.be/rmtU2WJfPgU

“Marigold,” the highly-touted, animated clip released earlier this month (https://youtu.be/rmtU2WJfPgU), was directed by Wes Richardson who has worked with the band on four videos including last year’s clip for “Alpha.”

The Noise Presents The Sonic Unrest Tour, sponsored by D’Addario and Guitar Center (SikTh, Chon and Toothgrinder open):


August 4  Raleigh, NC  Lincoln Theatre
August 5  Atlanta, GA  Masquerade
August 6  Memphis, TN  New Daisy Theater
August 7  Dallas, TX  House of Blues
August 8  San Antonio, TX  Alamo City Music Hall
August 9  Houston, TX  House of Blues
August 11  Phoenix, AZ  The Press Room
August 12  San Diego, CA  House of Blues
August 13  Los Angeles, CA  The Regent
August 14  San Francisco, CA  The Fillmore
August 16  Portland, OR  Hawthorne Theater
August 17  Seattle, WA  The Showbox
August 19  Salt Lake City, UT  The Complex
August 20  Denver, CO  Summit Music Hall
August 22  Minneapolis, MN  Varsity Theater
August 24  Milwaukee, WI  Turner Hall Ballroom
August 25  Grand Rapids, MI  Intersection
August 26  Detroit, MI  St. Andrew’s Hall
August 27  Pittsburgh, PA  Mr. Small’s Theatre
August 28  Philadelphia, PA  Theatre of the Living Arts
August 30  Boston, MA  Paradise
August 31  New York, NY  Irving Plaza
September 1  Baltimore, MD  Baltimore Sound Stage


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