Trivium are an American thrash metal band from Florida, consisting of lead vocalist and guitar player Matt Heafy, backing vocalist and guitarist Corey Beaulieu, bassist and vocalist Paolo Gregoletto, and Paul Wandtke on drums.
Formed in 2000, the band have released seven albums, including their debut album, ‘Embers to Inferno’, in 2003, ‘Ascendancy’, in 2005 and ‘In Waves’ in 2011, which hit #13 in the Billboard Hot 200. The band’s last album, ‘Silence In The Snow’, was released in 2013.
The band have headlined their own shows and tours across the USA, UK and Ireland, and have supported the likes of Machine Head and Fear Factory. Trivium toured North America in support of ‘Silence in the Snow’, kicking off early in January 2016, as well as playing UK shows for February and March. After that, they headed out for shows in Australia and Japan. Fall saw them head out on a tour of the USA, before reaching the UK and Ireland for shows in February 2017.
In August 2017, they unveiled brand new single, The Sin and the Sentence, and their eighth studio album of the same name was released in October of the same year. Trivium went on to co-headline a tour with Arch Enemy in support of it.
2018 has seen Trivium tour the UK and Europe with special guests Code Orange, Power Trip and Venom Prison. Next up, they return to the US and Canada for shows with Avatar and Light the Torch. Catch them live by checking out the tour dates and concert ticket information below on Stereoboard.
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Fri 20th Apr 2018
Something brutal this way comes.
Venom Prison, Power Trip and Code Orange are leading a new wave of young, forward-thinking bands that are tearing up the blueprints when it comes to creating heavy music. If you have any affinity for loud noises at all and haven’t heard them yet, you really haven’t been paying attention.