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
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Trivium vocalist and guitarist Matt Heafy has premiered the live debut of new song “Feast Of Fire“, which alongside the title track of their upcoming new album “In The Court Of The Dragon” were played at Irving Texas as the Florida Metalcore act joined Megadeth, Lamb Of God and In Flames ripping up the road in
Matt K Heafy has reached “The Sin And The Sentence” as his Trivium acoustic EP series approaches a it’s dramatic conclusion and with it comes a tribute to Peter Steele and Type O Negative with a rendition of “I Don’t Wanna Be Me“. So with one album in their current one “What The Dead Men
As Trivium guitarist and vocalist Matt Heafy continues to produce album based acoustic EPs re-imagining the bands rich and fertile Nile delta soil of a back catalogue the question remains as to when we’ll be able to get our greesy paws on a vinyl collection or even just have the tracks on popular streaming services.
Live At The London Astoria in 2005, here’s a freshly released Pro Shot full set from Trivium riding high on the success of their second record “Ascendancy” which with the help of Jason Suecof (All That Remains, Bury Your Dead, The Black Dahlia Murder) brought them to the Worlds attention. London is a place that they’ll
Filmed during their summer European tour run in 2019 across three cities Utrecht Netherlands, Hamburg Germany and Berlin Germany, Trivium have shared a live rendition of “Beauty In The Sorrow” which appears on their “The Sin And The Sentence” album. The footage comes as the gears of the machine begin to crank towards their November
Premiered last night, Trivium are streaming their entire set from their Metal Hammer Magazine sponsored tour at Brixton Academy in London on 21st April 2018. It took place during their run for “The Sin And The Sentence” and was one we attended and reviewed, complete with fan fainting during the early sets due the heat.
With the recent news that the upcoming Hatebreed and Bury Tomorrow albums have been shelved until the physical albums can be made, we’ve got our fingers crossed that the new offering from Trivium isn’t going to be affected. Here’s pro-shot footage of them playing “The Heart From Your Hate” at Resurrection Fest Estrella Galicia 2019.
Trivium guitarist and vocalist Matt Heafy has been relatively quiet by his prolific standards of late while the Florida quintet are writing the follow up to their critically acclaimed album “The Sin And The Sentence“. But today he’s back on the Twitch stream and has put out this acoustic version of “Fugue” from “Ember To Inferno“.
As “The Sin And The Sentence” and debut from new drummer Alex Bent (ex-Battlecross) has passed the two year mark, surely 2020 will see Roadrunner Records knocking on Matt Heafy’s door, cap in hand for a new album? Vainstream have shared a cut of “The Heart From The Hate” from the 2019 incarnation of the