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periphery are doing an east coast tour later this month. just seeing if there are any fans? I love these guys, the brisbane show will be my third time seeing them in a year (previous 2 in London).

 

They're touring with Animals as Leaders.

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For sure. I've seen both bands before too - I'm over the moon that they're playing together. I'm gonna get a drum lesson with Matt Halpern too.

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Hes a pretty sick drummer. for having a relatively simple kit he can crank out good stuff. I'd love to get a guitar lesson from misha mansoor from periphery

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Yeah, he's had a pretty big influence on me.

 

Most of these guys have to teach to get by. Look on bandhappy, Misha might be teaching or doing a clinic.

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Tosin is giving lessons in Brisbane.

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Fk8ng Yes I might actually finally get to see animals as leaders. Missed them last time they were in Melbourne.

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Ill be at the Melb show!

 

Third time seeing periphery, first time for AAL

 

 

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Would be really keen on seeing AAL but it's a pity they aren't coming to Adelaide :(

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Was awesome lastnight!!! f**k AAL are tight! So impressive. New song was amazing, gonna be an epic new album which tosin announced has already been recorded. Drummer is ridiculously good and absolutely smashes the f**k out of his kit!

 

Periphery, once again, need to improve their live sound. AAL totally outdid them. Didn't play any new songs off Clear which sucked but oh well. I got a Bulb pick 😊

 

 

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In Periphery's defense, it's a bit easier for a trio to sound tight than it is a 6 piece.

 

I was in more of a periphery mood on the night... Matt G from AAL was impressive but he overplays a bit. Last time I saw AAL it was a guitarists band but now it's like a drum/guitar freakshow.

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Yeah true, I just think periphery should play their axe fx's through power amps instead of the PA like AAL do, just sounds way better. And do they really need three guitars live? I know sometimes there are 3 parts but just adds to the mess.

 

Normally I hate overplaying drummers too but not in AAL's case, i love it, they've really become a muso's band and I love it. They're just groovy

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I was up the back for AAL and the sound quality was top notch and they played tight. I pushed up to the front periphery so i cant comment on sound quality differences between the 2 bands. i should probably give my neck and voice a break next time im at a metal concert and listen up the back hehe

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