Bassist Adam 'Nolly' Getgood Announces Departure from Periphery
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Bassist Adam “Nolly” Getgood took to Facebook to officially announce his departure from progressive metal band Periphery.
The band also shared Nolly’s heartfelt and honest message explaining how and why he came to this decision after a year of not touring with the band. Nolly was not on tour with Periphery following the release of their latest album ‘Periphery III: Select Difficulty’ as he focused on production work.
Read this note from Nolly:
Periphery has had its share of lineup changes in their earlier years. It was in 2012 when Nolly came into the fold, joining Misha Mansoor, Jake Bowen, Matt Halpern, Spencer Sotelo, and Mark Holcomb.
Nolly has been with Periphery throughout four albums—‘Periphery II: This Time It’s Personal’ (2012), ‘Juggernaut: Alpha’ and ‘Juggernaut: Omega’ (2015), and their latest release ‘Periphery III: Select Difficulty’ (2016), whose opening track “The Price Is Wrong” was nominated for Best Metal Performance in the 59th Annual Grammy Awards.