Tag: Trivium

Review: “Rubedo” by Shuulak

Although they didn’t release their debut EP until 2017 in “Nigredo“, Dutch Metal quintet Shuulak were forged from the fires of previous musical collaborations in 2014 with a shared interest in alchemy and the occult providing inspiration for their dark creations. That record serves as the first of a tetralogy, which tells of alchemical enlightenment

NEWS: Dines X Heafy turn back time?

The quality of the Dines X Heafy self titled EP from Trivium guitarist and vocalist Matt Heafy and multi instrumentalist and YouTuber Jared Dines is there for all to see and it’s little wonder that Roadrunner Records elected to release it. If you haven’t heard the 4th December drop as yet, they’ve released a music

Review: “Iced Earth” by Iced Earth (30th Anniversary Edition)

Back in August 1990, Iced Earth entered Morrisound Studios to record their debut self titled album with producer Tom Morris in Tampa Florida. The studio had been around since 1980 and during the years that surround this very album, it was where bands like Cannibal Corpse, Death, Decide, Exhorder, Morbid Angel to name but a

NEWS: Trivium announce Quartet of UK shows for 2021!

Following Matt Heafy joining Sepultura for a rendition of “Slave New World” a few days ago, Trivium have announced a quartet of shows in November 2021 for fans to salivate over. The line up is jaw dropping with German legends Heaven Shall Burn joining TesseracT and Fit For An Autopsy on the run that will

Interview: “Quadra” Q&A part #28 from Sepultura!

The 28th episode of the now bi-weekly “Quadra” interview series from Brazilian Thrash Gods Sepultura sees the band joined by Matt Heafy of Trivium for a rehearsal style rendition of “Slave New World“, which the Florida Metallers covered a few years back and must go down as not only a treat for our ears but

Review: “The Blindness of Faith” by In Malice’s Wake

Returning with their fifth album since their 2008 debut “Eternal Nightfall“, Shaun Farrugia (Vocals and Guitars), Leigh Bartley (Lead Guitars), Karl Watterson (Bass) and Mark Farrugia (Drums) are considered veterans of a Melbourne Australia Metal scene that has given us a wealth of bands over that time. Their band In Malice’s Wake is renowned for

Bootleg: “The Deepest Cuts II” full set from Trivium!

If it wasn’t for the huge success of their “Light Or A Distant Mirror” pay per view headlining set, would Trivium have been able to put on a pair of free live shows? From their Orlando Florida home, the band have once again delved into the lesser lights of heaven in their back catalogue and

Review: “Delirium” by Wyrmhaven

A quote from Andy Warhol in 1968 who said “In the future, everyone will be world-famous for 15 minutes” which lead to the concept of “15 minutes of fame“, the idea that celebrity, from media scandals to memes, will almost always be fleeting is something we’re hoping doesn’t apply to Tucson, Arizona Melodic Death Metal

Review: “Reborn” by Netherblade

Rising like a Phoenix from the ashes of Milan Metallers Blindeath during 2016, Netherblade are an Italian Thrash quintet who mean business, launching themselves with their debut single “Thieves Den” via ETN Records at the end of that year. Their debut EP “Annihilation of Self” appeared in 2018, the band channeling their instincts and sharping

Review: “Menace” by Nasty

Belgium Hardcore crew Nasty have been playing anywhere from Europe, USA, Russia, Brazil, Japan, China and Korea since 2004 while also sharing stages at countless well-known festivals such as Wacken Open Air, Hellfest, Graspop Metal Meeting, With Full Force and Resurrection Fest to name but a few, hammering out 6 albums and 2 EPs in