"Inception Of The End", a brand-new track from Florida metallers Trivium can be streamed in the YouTube clip below.
""Inception Of The End" is a song that has been with us since 2009," reveals lead vocalist/guitarist Matt Heafy. "For "Inception," we have been able to slowly craft it over the spanning demos and years to shape it into the song it is today. "Inception" was one of the first songs written for the album and like all the songs on In Waves, was a labor of love... and we're beyond excited about the final product."
Another new track, called "Dusk Dismantled", is still available for streaming over here, while a video for the song "In Waves" is available at Altpress.com.
"Dusk Dismantled", a brand-new track from Trivium can be streamed in the YouTube clip below.
Another new track, called "In Waves", is still streaming over here.
The songs "Dusk Dismantled" and "In Waves" come off the band's upcoming new album In Waves, which will be released on August 9th through Roadrunner Records. More album details were previously reported over here.
Boy oh boy, "In Waves", a brand-new track from Florida metallers Trivium has leaked on the interwebs and can be streamed in the YouTube clip below for the time being.
"In Waves" comes off the band's upcoming new as-yet-untitled album, tentatively due on August 9th through Roadrunner Records.
The album was recorded at Audiohammer Studios in Sanford, Florida with the production/mixing team of Colin Richardson (Bullet For My Valentine, Slipknot) and Martin "Ginge" Ford, along with engineer Carl Bown.
A trailer for the new album from Florida metallers Trivium can be viewed at this location.
The CD was recorded at Audiohammer Studios in Sanford, Florida with the production/mixing team of Colin Richardson (Machine Head, Bullet For My Valentine, Slipknot, Fear Factory) and Martin "Ginge" Ford. The follow-up to 2008's Shogun is currently being mixed for a summer release via Roadrunner Records.
American heavy metal outfit Trivium have posted their cover of Sepultura's "Slave New World" online. You can check it out below. The song was recorded recently along with an original track entitled, "Shattering The Skies Above," which will feature on the soundtrack to the forthcoming video game, God Of War III. "Slave New World" originally appeared on Sepultura's Chaos A.D. album which was released in 1993.
New York, NY Florida metallers Trivium are pleased to announce Nick Augusto as their new permanent drummer. Augusto was introduced to Trivium fans when he filled in behind the kit on last fall's "Into the Mouth of Hell We Tour" trek. He is now stepping in to permanently replace the departing Travis Smith.
Vocalist/guitarist Matt Heafy commented: "We're really happy to have our good friend and fellow Floridian Nick Augusto join the Trivium family. Nick's drumming is very technical and diverse and he brings a real intense energy to the band and we can't wait for everyone to hear the new song, "Shattering The Skies Above", that we just recorded with Nick. I think it's the best Trivium recording we've ever done; it's raw, full of energy and I think Nick's drumming really pushed us to a new level."
Maruta drummer Nick Augusto will replace Travis Smith on Trivium's headlining N. American tour.
The message from Trivium goes as follows: "We have a bit of news to announce as we gear up to start the second leg of our headline North American Shogun tour Into The Mouth Of Hell. Travis Smith will not be joining us on this leg and is home taking care of some personal business. Filling in on drums for the tour will be south Florida's Nick Augusto. Nick is a former Trivium drum tech and is a member of the band Maruta (Willowtip Records)."
Trivium are currently touring as part of the "Into The Mouth Of Hell We Tour", together with Chimaira, Whitechapel and Dirge Within.
Grammy-award winning hard rockers Slipknot announced today their first U.S. headline tour in support of their #1 album "All Hope Is Gone". The tour, which kicks off on January 23rd in St. Paul, MN, will hit 33 cities across the country, and include an historic stop at New York's Madison Square Garden, a first for the band. Coheed and Cambria and labelmates Trivium round out the bill.
Frontman Corey Taylor says of the trek, "2009 is the 10 year anniversary of the world's first taste of this band. To celebrate we are coming back out with a killer tour, a couple great bands and the same ferocity with which we attack life. We want all of our maggots to come and celebrate with us, because if it wasn't for you we wouldn't have been here for 10 years. Get ready for chaos!"