Heavy progressive metal juggernaut, Periphery stormed Detroit’s St. Andrew’s Hall, with Nothing More and Wovenwar as supporting acts.

Maryland based prog metal band Periphery stopped in Detroit as part of its Juggernaut Tour. In support were San Antonio, Texas’s Nothing More, and San Diego, California’s Wovenwar. All the bands showed the crowd at St. Andrew’s Hall that one does not necessarily have to tune down and play as fast as possible to be heavy. In fact, all three bands bring a degree of musicianship, precision, and stage show too often lacking in the metal world. The bands did not disappoint the crowd in attendance, as evidenced by the sizeable moshpit each band enjoyed, with their style of heavy rhythms, aggressive vocals, melodies, and precision one expects out of modern progressive heavy metal bands.

Our photographer, Josh Kahl, was on hand for this stop on this truly unique tour.

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Josh started shooting live bands on a whim in early 2013. Since then, he has gone on to shoot national and international acts including, Reverend Horton Heat, Slayer, Dead Kennedys, Slightly Stoopid, Primus, Hank Williams, Jr., and Pierce the Veil, as well as numerous local Detroit acts. Josh's work earned him recognition and a spot as a National Rock Review photographer. Josh's main passion in life has always been music, which shows in his work. Josh also shoots roller derby, nature, and urban scenes, in addition to his concert photography.

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