- Title:Juggernaut • Alpha / Omega
- Style:Heavy Metal, Prog Rock
- Release date:2015
- Size FLAC version2640 mb
- Size MP3 version1518 mb
- Size WMA version1264 mb
- Record from:2 × Vinyl, LP, Album
|2||Juggernaut • Alpha|
|6||A Black Minute||4:16|
|12||Juggernaut • Omega|
|16||The Bad Things||5:54|
180 gram double vinyl in gatefold sleeve, made in Germany.
- Barcode: 5051099853317
- Label Code: LC 06975
- Matrix / Runout (Side A): BE76137-01 A1 HL
- Matrix / Runout (Side B): BE76137-01 B1 HL
- Matrix / Runout (Side C): BE76137-02 C1 HL
- Matrix / Runout (Side D): BE76137-02 D1 HL
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Century Media Records Ltd.
- Copyright (c) – Century Media Records Ltd.
Juggernaut: Omega is the fourth studio album by American progressive metal band Periphery. It is the second part of a double album, the first part of which is Juggernaut: Alpha. The double album was released on 27 January 2015 by Sumerian Records. Juggernaut: Omega debuted at No. 25 on the U. Billboard 200. In a positive review for Exclaim, Calum Slingerland wrote that Omega is very much the yin to Alpha's yang, highlighted by the jerky chugging of The Bad Thing, the thrashy Graveless and. Physical double album release includes: Alpha CD Omega CDDVD. Juggernaut: Alpha. Live Nation Video Network, SME от. Reptile - Продолжительность: 16:44. Album 2015 7 Songs. Periphery III: Select Difficulty. Clear - EP. Periphery IV: HAIL STAN. Listen free to Periphery Juggernaut: Omega Reprise, The Bad Thing and more. 7 tracks 39:19. Misha: Where the two albums split, there's a dramatic change in the story. Discover more music, concerts, is the second part of the concept album Juggernaut. The first part is Juggernaut: Alpha, the albums are meant to be listened to back to back as they tell a story about a person born into an evil cult and their struggle with their life in the cult. Juggernaut: Omega Q&A. Producers Adam Nolly Getgood, Mark Holcomb & Misha Bulb Mansoor. Writers Periphery. Bass Adam Nolly Getgood. Drums Matt Halpern. Juggenaut: Alpha and Omega demonstrates how some dudes with an incredible amount of talent and patience can create something more profound than they probably even realize just yet. When the term djent rolled off the keyboards of the bloggers it seemed like a joke, we would all look back on this dumb little tangent of metal and laugh about how cute it became. Five years. Periphery's, Juggernaut Alpha, Omega is a 2015 release. New from European, Century Media this great DOUBLE LP has 17 Tracks along with Double Inserts. Track Listings. The second part of the Juggernaut concept album, and yet as they've chosen to release this as a separate disc, it gets a separate review. Alpha set a high standard for me, so I was curious if they could sustain the creativity on this second disc. Short answer: yes. Juggernaut: Omega. Their fourth studio album and the second half of the Bethesda, Maryland-based rockers' 2015 Sumerian Records-issued double album, Juggernaut: Omega Juggernaut: Alpha saw first light offers up another bottom-heavy set of propulsive, djent-fueled mayhem that skillfully weaves in elements of thrash, progressive metal, fusion, and straight-up metalcore-blasted malevolence, with highlights arriving via standout cuts like The Bad. Thing, Graveless, and Hell Below. The album debuted in the number 25 slot on the Billboard Top 200 upon its release. The dual album releases Juggernaut: Alpha and Juggernaut: Omega come together as a conceptual piece to be experienced collectively. The story follows a tale of birth and re-birth with the first album Alpha sharing the origins of the main character and the second offering Omega sharing the gut-wrenching twists and turns the take takes. Each album cover features original artwork from graphic novelist Justin Randall. The album artwork reflects the story behind the Juggernaut releases, a tale of birth and re-birth with the first album Alpha sharing the origins of the main character and the s. Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted