As a dark cloud remains over Brixton Academy the organisation required to move tonight’s show across London to the Hammersmith Apollo (the only other 5000 capacity venue in the city at what seems very short notice) to ensure goes ahead has to be applauded. The cancellation after the rescheduling this tour, originally booked in December
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Heavy New York were lucky enough to chat with Trivium bassist Paolo Gregoletto about not only the bands upcoming new album “In The Court Of The Dragon” and the 10th Anniversary of “In Waves” but also bass gear in this interview. The band have premiered a pair of new singles in “Feast Of Fire” and the
The fourth in a series of acoustic EPs from Trivium sees them return to their fifth studio record in 2011’s “In Waves“, our personal favourite of their records, which was produced by Colin Richardson and Martyn “Ginge” Ford. As previously half the record gets the makeover treatment from Matt Heafy and once again we put it out
The final chapter of the Under The Covers series from London Metalcore outfit Enquire Within sees them put their spin on a personal favourite in “In Waves” by Trivium. The series has included a lot of modern classics but hasn’t included a song by the band that they chose for our our Under The Influence
The title track of the fifth studio album from Orlando Florida’s Trivium was filmed on 5th July in Viveiro Spain at Resurrection Fest in 2019 and the album happens to be one of our personal favourites from the band. 24th April will see “What The Dead Men Say“, their ninth record appear via Roadrunner Records.
After taking a break, German Melodic Death Metallers Heaven Shall Burn decided to take a different creative route with their ninth studio album, the follow up to 2016’s critically acclaimed “Wanderer“. Bringing in composer Sven Helbig (Rammstein, Pet Shop Boys) and renowned conductor Wilhelm Keitel, they sought to add a string section to their sound
Filmed in Chicago Illinois on 21st October, this cut of “In Waves” from Trivium was recorded in the absence of frontman and guitarist Matt Heafy and instead features the vocal pipes of Light The Torch frontman Howard Jones (ex-Blood Has Been Shed, Killswitch Engage, The Devil You Know) and the guitar talents of Rest Repose