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Periphery In A Really Good Place Relationship-Wise On New Album


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(Metal Hammer) Periphery frontman Spencer Sotelo has praised inter-band relationships while recording their latest album Periphery III: Select Difficulty. It was released in July, with Sotelo now revealing it was the first time he and the other members have "been on the same page" when putting the pieces together in the studio.

Sotelo tells Loudwire: "We're in a really good place personal relationship-wise between everybody in the band at this point in time. When we were together writing it just felt like a bunch of friends hanging out and writing music for fun.

"It hasn't been like that in a long time. I won't get into specifics, but there have been things in the past that have hindered writing or recording because of the relationship thing with working with the band.

"This is the first time where everybody has been on the same page and everybody is in good spirits. It felt like just a bunch of brothers writing. I think that's something I'll take away and never forget about this whole Periphery III: Select Difficulty process." Read more here.

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