Periphery Stream Song “Alpha” via YouTube



Periphery is streaming “Alpha” (, the title track from the band’s forthcoming release Juggernaut: Alpha, which will be simultaneously released on Jan. 27 with Juggernaut: Omega.
“’Alpha’ is the title track from the first Juggernaut album and I’m particularly proud of how this one turned out,” explained guitar player Jake Bowen.  “I really enjoy songs that have an unconventional arrangement but still flow nicely, and I think that’s exactly why I like ‘Alpha’; it starts out more upbeat, then evolves into a darker mood towards the end, illustrating the Juggernaut story both musically and lyrically. Additionally, a few different themes and motifs appear in this song, acting as a nexus between the Juggernaut: Alpha and Omega albums. I hope you like this one as much as I do! Enjoy!”
Digital and physical pre-orders for the pair of albums are available now via iTunes with instant downloads of multiple songs (“The Scourge,” “22 Faces,” “The Bad Thing,” “Graveless” and “Alpha”): Alpha: and Omega: Physical pre-order bundles, which include The JuggerDoc, a documentary on the making of the new albums, are available via
A series of webisodes documenting the recording sessions for the Juggernaut releases have been shared with fans over the past month.  The clips can be found on Sumerian Records’ YouTube channel (
Periphery’s tour, with support from Nothing More, Wovenwar and Thank You Scientist, kicks off this Saturday, Jan. 10, at Cat’s Cradle in Carrboro, N.C.  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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