Photos l Review: Periphery Rocks The Wiltern in Los Angeles

Periphery recently started their first tour of 2020, which included a stop at one of Los Angeles’ most prestigious venues, The Wiltern. Accompanying Periphery on this headlining run and progressive rock newcomers Plini and Arch Echo.

Periphery Tours in Support of New Album “Hail Stan”

Periphery ended their brief touring hiatus in 2019 with the release of their latest album, “Hail Stan.” The band has been touring relentlessly since the album drops and their current tour is the first headlining tour support this new album.

Periphery played a handful of songs from this album including “Blood Eagle” and “Reptile” in addition to some of their more seasoned songs from their catalog.

Plini and Arch Echo to Support Periphery on 2020 Winter Tour

Plini and Arch Echo served as direct support for Periphery on the current North American tour. Both bands are upcoming acts in the progressive rock, metal and instrumental realms of music.

Both bands did a phenomenal job of energizing and engaging the crowd in anticipation for Periphery to take the stage.

What Is Next For Periphery?

The current Periphery North American tour goes until February 16. If Periphery is coming to your next of the woods, definitely buy a ticket and head out to a show as the band’s stage presence and production on this tour is next level.

After this North American run, the band will take a short break and get right back at it for the summer music festival season which includes stopping at the infamous Download and Hellfest festivals.

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