Krank’d Up fans are in for the experience of their lives with the announcement of highly acclaimed sonic innovators, Periphery as its 2016 headliner.
Smashing any preconceptions of progressive metal to bits across three albums and a handful of unconventional releases, Periphery needs no introduction. The band’s mind-bending instrumentation and diverse vocalizations will be vividly on display as they make their South African debut at this year’s Krank’d Up music festival in September.
The band has built a burgeoning fan base through hard touring, teaming up with the likes of Deftones, Dream Theater and Between The Buried And Me. They’ve appeared on many a festival stage including the Summer Slaughter Tour and will be playing at the upcoming Download Festival in the UK this year as well. Periphery fans can expect to have their minds blown yet again when the band releases it’s much anticipated album, Periphery III: Select Difficulty on the 22nd of July this year.
If you’re not familiar with their sound, crank up their song “Alpha” Below:
Periphery (who hail from the Washington D.C in the USA) will be joined by fellow Americans Norma Jean (a metalcore act from Georgia) and an exceptional South African rock and metal line-up. Krank’d Up will be held at Sundowners in Alberton (South of Johannesburg) on the 24th of September.
Early bird tickets are available right now. Get your ticket today to ensure you don’t miss out on having a blast at what promises to be another unforgettable live show brought to you by Turning Tricks Entertainment.
Early bird tickets cost R330 each and full price tickets will cost R490 (from the 1st of June). Limited VIP packages are available, just e-mail email@example.com for information. Tickets are on sale nationwide on the Computicket website as well as at their outlets and Checkers stores.
Krank’d Up 2016 is sponsored by Jagermeister and Red Bull. Keep up to date with the latest Krank’d Up news and announcements by joining the official Facebook page.
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