Tag: Shogun

Review: “In The Court Of The Dragon” by Trivium

It seems surreal to be talking about the tenth studio record from Orlando Florida Metallers Trivium just a matter of weeks after songs from their nineth studio record “What The Dead Men Say” have recorded their live debut, such is the madness that the World has seen over the past two years. The album marks

NEWS: Trivium return to “Shogun” for “The Phalanx”!

Ahead of next weekends 10th studio album drop from Trivium the band have shared a third single in “The Phalanx” and following the title track “In The Court Of The Dragon” and “Feast Of Fire” it sounds like the band could well be about to drop another stone cold classic. Curiously this one was a demo

Bootleg: Trivium in London!

At the Hammersmith Apollo in London in 2008 on the “Shogun” tour is where Trivium were, complete with long hair and an Iron Maiden cover too boot, pro-shot and in full from the bands personal archive. Also in the set are personal favourites “Like Light To Flies” and “Pillars of Serpents” with the bands 2021

NEWS: Trivium share “In Waves” acoustic EP!

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

Bootleg: Trivium in Allentown!

Lucky thirteen? That’s how many tracks there are on the latest drop from Trivium vocalist and guitarist Matt Heafy’s personal stash of bootlegs. This one is Soundboard Audio of a full show in Allentown, Pennsylvania in 2009 which was the era of “Shogun“, the bands final album to feature drummer Travis Smith. On the World

NEWS: Trivium share “Shogun” acoustic EP!

If last week’s “The Crusade” acoustic EP was a short and sweet one, Trivium guitarist and vocalist Matt Heafy goes from four to six tracks with nearly 35 minutes of acoustic renditions from “Shogun” in his latest offering. The last album to feature drummer Travis Smith saw four singles, all of which are included in