Photos by Greg Maki
For a band still so young—the core trio of vocalist/guitarist Matt Heafy, guitarist Corey Beaulieu and bassist Paolo Gregoletto are all in their mid-30s, and drummer Alex Bent still is on the other side of 30—Trivium has released an impressive—and extensive—body of work over the past two decades. The Florida-based band’s ninth album, “What the... Continue Reading →
Review by Greg Maki-----Why Trivium isn’t one of the biggest metal bands in the world forever will be a mystery to me. Since breaking through with its second album, “Ascendancy,” in 2005, the Florida-based act consistently has released good to great albums, refusing to be hemmed in by subgenres and unafraid to make relatively drastic... Continue Reading →
Trivium has shared another new song from its upcoming ninth album, "What the Dead Men Say," due April 24 via Roadrunner Records. Listen to "Amongst the Shadows & the Stones" below.
Trivium has released a music video for the title track of its upcoming ninth album, "What the Dead Men Say," due April 24 on Roadrunner Records. The album is available for pre-order here. The video was shot and produced in the U.K. by director Ryan Mackfall during the shutdown. Trivium announced the release of "What the Dead Men Say" and... Continue Reading →
Trivium will release its ninth full-length album, "What the Dead Men Say," on April 24 via Roadrunner Records. The album is available for pre-order here. The band has shared the video for the record's first single, "Catastrophist," which can be seen below. "'What The Dead Men Say' is everything that is Trivium," vocalist/guitarist Matt Heafy said. "On... Continue Reading →
Trivium will continue its "The Sin and The Sentence" world tour with another leg of North American dates this fall. The band will hit the road on a headline run in October, with a bill featuring Avatar and Light the Torch. The 25-date trek kicks off Oct. 3 in Tampa, Florida, and runs through Nov. 3 in Berkeley, California, with several... Continue Reading →