Periphery will be hitting the road for a rather sizable tour with Veil of Maya and Darkest Hour later this month and stretching well into December (tour dates after the jump). They also announced that they are working on a follow-up to their self-titled debut album, which was released earlier this year. Guitarist Misha Mansoor checked in with some thoughts:
“Hey everyone, it’s been an amazing whirlwind of a year for PERIPHERY and there are no signs of slowing down anytime soon. We are currently preparing for a long tour with Darkest Hour, Veil of Maya and Revocation, which is going to be a blast and we can’t wait to get back out there to play for everyone. Also, we encourage everyone to come and meet us at our merch booth after each and every show to come and hang with us. We love hearing feedback from our fans and getting a chance to meet new people.
“We also will have a fresh new, longer setlist with a BRAND SPANKIN’ NEW SONG and a few fun surprises just for this tour. We are also giving lessons on our respective instruments (a lot of days are already booked!), so please come out early to see us and jam with us. Contact us on myspace or facebook if you are interested in lessons.
“We have also been working on material for our second full-length now, so that we can have as much time to refine it before we record the final product. Be sure to check our MySpace and Facebook pages regularly for our updates. Our goal with our music is to cover as much ground as possible while staying true to our sound, and hopefully evolve from previous work all at once. It’s a tall order but a fun challenge nonetheless, and we are doing our best to ensure that the new material will fulfill that goal.”
11/12/10 Worcester, MA @ The Palladium w/ Darkest Hour
11/13/10 New York, NY @ Gramercy Theatre w/ Darkest Hour
11/14/10 Allentown, PA @ Crocodile Rock w/ Darkest Hour
11/15/10 Quebec City, Canada @ Dagobert w/ Darkest Hour