Tag: Trivium

Interview: Trivium talk Live Streaming with Mosh Talks!

Florida Metallers Trivium are set to become the latest in a long line of bands offering a pay per view live stream. Taking place on 10th July at 21:00GMT it will be a one off event with the band performing new songs from “What The Dead Men Say” in a rehearsal space using their new

Review: “Dissipating Eternity” by The Outliers

Brad Hayes (Vocals), Eric Wondergem (Guitar/Vocals), Zach Deabay (Guitar), Jerad Walters (Bass) and Brandon Wondergem (Drums) formed The Outliers in 2015. Hailing from Grand Rapids, Michigan and taking inspiration from the likes of As I Lay Dying, August Burns Red and Thy Art Is Murder, they have released a trio of studio albums in that

Playthrough: “Seventh Heaven” from The Raven Age!

Another one taken from the “Legacy of the Beast” Tour which saw The Raven Age supporting Iron Maiden sees drummer Jai Patel under the microscope as he smashes “Seventh Heaven” from the bands 2019 album “Conspiracy” and yes, it is track number #7 on the albums playlist! They’re loved in Helsinki, Chicago, Stockholm, Dallas and Oslo

Review: “Theia” by Kalahari

Recorded, mixed and mastered at Mathlab Recording Studio by Jonathan Mazzeo, “Theia” is a concept EP from Forli, Italy Melodic Death Metal quintet Kalahari, the follow up to 2018’s debut “Reburn“. Theia, a titan of ancient Greek mythology, the mother of the moon divinities, of the god of the sun and of the dawn. She

Review: “The Omega Man” by Divine Weep

5 years have passed since 2015’s critically acclaimed “Tears of the Ages” from Divine Weep. Originally starting out life as a Black Metal band back in 1995, they evolved with long periods of inactivity to take influence from bands like Iron Maiden and Judas Priest and with new members in the fold recorded a debut

Review: “Fracture” by Bleed From Within

Returning after a five year absence with 2018’s “Era“, Glaswegian Groove Metal quintet Bleed From Within incorporated some DJent and Technical elements into their rejuvenated sound and delivered something both jaw dropping and phenomenal. We didn’t expect them to become the touring force that they were over the touring cycle but none the less they

Review: “Anthrobscene” by Deified

Back in 2015, Deified won the annual Metal 2 The Masses event for Merseyside and took their place, as rightfully earned at Bloodstock Festival with cuts from their debut EP “Lo and Behold“. That experience led to the quintet sharing stages with the likes of Bay Area California Thrash Kings Exodus, Max Cavalera’s Son Ritchie

Review: “Path To Immortality” by Voices Of Ruin

Releasing three albums in a decade on the scene might not seem like that much but with each installment, Anaheim Californian quintet Voices Of Ruin have upped their game. This time out they have spared no expense and worked with Machine Head, Soulfy and Once Human guitarist Logan Mader (Gojira, SepticFlesh), who produced the album

Bootleg: Trivium in Montreal!

Back in 2005 when this full set in from Trivium in Montreal Quebec Canada was filmed, they still had original drummer Travis Smith in the fold and the band included a Pantera cover in their set. These days Alex Bent graces the drum stool and new album “What The Dead Men Say“, though it did