Periphery Add New Bassist: Adam ‘Nolly’ Getgood

by | Jun 28, 2012

Periphery have added Adam “Nolly” Getgood (Red Seas Fire) as their fulltime bassist.

Getgood played bass on the band’s new album, as well as co-produced the effort.

Misha Mansoor commented, “Nolly has been an honorary Periphery member for the last few years. He filled in on bass for us on our first real tour (Thrash and Burn 2009) and since then has always been there for us and has helped us out immensely. Given that we love him dearly as a friend and found that we have excellent chemistry both on stage and in the studio, and he is a master of all of his instruments, hiring him as our full-time bassist was the logical solution. His irreplaceable ability and insight brought so much to the production and bass on Periphery II: TTIP – we don’t feel that anyone else would be able to take on the roles he has filled. He has already been writing with us for new material, and we are proud to have him on board!”

Periphery II: This Time It’s Personal will be released on July 3rd through Sumerian Records.

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