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Misha Mansoor Was Blown Away By His New Pro Series Guitars

Periphery guitarist Misha Mansoor has been so enamored with this USA signature Juggernauts that he was a bit skeptical at first about rolling out his new for 2017 Pro Series models. However, the Jackson team quickly secured his confidence. “I … Continue reading

Misha Mansoor Offers Insight into the Making of Periphery’s ‘Select Difficulty’

In an exclusive video with Jackson, Periphery’s Misha Mansoor offers insight behind the making of latest album Select Difficulty, including its recording process, communication with his bandmates, injecting orchestral moments into the effort and their three-guitar attack. “Well the three … Continue reading

Misha Mansoor’s Latest Go-to Jackson Juggernaut Is …

Periphery guitarist Misha Mansoor received the prototype of his Jackson limited edition signature Juggernaut HT6 in Matte Lambo Orange to approve during the recording of new album Select Difficulty. The guitar was so excellent that not only did he sign … Continue reading

Watch Misha Mansoor’s Playthrough of Periphery Single ‘Marigold’

Periphery has posted a new video featuring an instrumental playthrough of new single “Marigold” by guitarist Misha Mansoor. Watch below as the Jackson signature artist deftly attacks the fretboard on a pair of his six-string USA Signature Misha Mansoor Juggernaut … Continue reading

Periphery Entertains Phoenix Fans

Washington D.C.-based progressive metal group Periphery dominated the stage at The Pressroom in downtown Phoenix, Ariz., last night. The technical metallers are in the middle of their North American Sonic Unrest Tour with opening acts Toothgrinder, Chon and Sikth, supporting … Continue reading

Periphery Releases New Album and Animated Video for Single “Marigold”

Periphery dropped fifth studio album Periphery III: Select Difficulty today. The new album is a deliberate departure from the band’s typical writing process, in which they chose a more laid back and straight-to-the-point approach. While they stick to their trademark … Continue reading