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Periphery has been at the epicenter of the progressive metal scene ever since first getting audiences thrashing back in 2005. The band's face-melting shows are a crash course in the unique metal subgenre known as djent, treating concertgoers to extensive breakdowns, complex rhythms, and plenty of seven string guitar. From the breakneck tempo and unexpected melodies of "Passenger" to the epic sonic onslaught of "Icarus Lives", Periphery is a heavy-hitting and unforgettable live act that always get pulses racing on tour.


Periphery formed in Washington, D.C. in 2005 and quickly built a following with their pioneering djent metal sound. The band spent its early years on the road touring tirelessly with acts like Veil of Maya, Darkest Hour, and The Dillinger Escape Plan. In 2010 they recruited lead vocalist Spencer Sotelo and released their self-titled debut album, an auspicious collection that peaked at No. 2 on Billboard's Heatseekers chart and No. 12 on the Hard Rock chart. Following tours with Dream Theater and Protest The Hero, the band released their 2012 sophomore album Periphery II: This Time It's Personal -- a No. 3 hit on the Hard Rock chart that once again brought them out on tour. A powerful live act known for their high-octane live shows, Periphery continues to blow minds in concert.


Rating: 4.4 out of 5 based on 12 reviews
  • Rating: 5 out of 5


    by Alex on 2024-05-21History - Toronto

    I have been a fan of Periphery since Misha's soundclick demos in 2007. They have come a long way, and every time I see them live they get better and better. The show was spectacular - great choice of songs, amazing energy from the band and the fans. Definitely one of the best shows I've been to.

  • Rating: 5 out of 5


    by Radu on 2024-05-20MTELUS - Montreal

    Loved it. Everyone killed it, as simple as that. Best band ever

  • Rating: 1 out of 5

    Paid for parking.. even though it was free.

    by Cristina on 2024-05-20History - Toronto

    Ticketmaster offered a prepay parking option which I thought was great and meant I would have trouble finding parking in Toronto. I get to the venue only to find out they were letting everyone park for free.

  • Rating: 5 out of 5

    Great time!

    by Medina Fam on 2024-05-19History - Toronto

    Loved Periphery! Loved History! A great concert! Thank you!

  • Rating: 4 out of 5

    Amazing band, terrible venue

    by Tom on 2019-09-27The Palace Theatre (Formerly Flames Central) - Calgary

    Periphery was absolutely astounding live! The venue was terrible with the bar management causing lines and bottlenecks outside and inside of the vemue. Missed the first band due to the incompetent security staff

  • Rating: 5 out of 5

    Periphery does not disappoint

    by Josh B on 2019-09-27The Palace Theatre (Formerly Flames Central) - Calgary

    This band is so damn good LIVE, it's insane. Well done boys

  • Rating: 5 out of 5


    by C. on 2019-09-26Union Hall - Edmonton

    Show was fantastic. Veil of Maya was awesome live and I’m glad I got to experience that. But the reason I went was to see Periphery. Absolutely blew my mind away!! Best show I’ve seen all year!! So happy I finally got to see one of my favourite bands live!!!

  • Rating: 5 out of 5

    Sound Quality and Tightness off the charts!

    by Ty on 2019-09-19The Phoenix Concert Theatre - Toronto

    Periphery is without a doubt the tightest band I've seen live, and given how complex their music can be that statement carries even more weight. On top of that, their live sound is expertly tuned. Every note is clear, Spencer's vocals aren't ever drowned out. It's unreal, so much is going on and required of each band member and their staff and they still pull off a crystal clear show. 15/10, would see this band every single chance I get.

  • Rating: 5 out of 5

    Periphery and Veil of Maya

    by Jordan Corner on 2019-09-18The Phoenix Concert Theatre - Toronto

    This was the best show I’ve ever been to. Periphery and Veil of Maya’s performances were both nearly note for note. Solos and guitar work was great, drumming was tight, Veil of Maya’s vocals were incredible, Marc Okubo absolutely shredded. His chugging is precise and clean like nothing I’ve ever seen before. Jake Bowen, Mark Holcomb and Misha Mansoor were on point, their solos were all beautifully done and their stage presence was incredible. Sotelos voice was amazing live, Matt Halperns drumming was stellar. Could go on and on about both bands.. And periphery’s light show was wicked (unless you have epilepsy) Loved how it was all choreographed with their music. Go see these bands!!!

  • Rating: 5 out of 5

    Great audible and visual performance

    by Ryan on 2019-09-18The Phoenix Concert Theatre - Toronto

    Periphery hit it out of the park. They're sound was incredible; they sounded exactly like their studio recordings. The visuals were incredible too (if you have an aversion to rapidly flashing lights, you will not enjoy this). On top of this, they were just really fun to watch and great performers. Mark and Misha were doing jumping high fives and messing around while hitting every note. Great show! Covet and Veil of Maya were great too!