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New Gibson Interview with Matt

  • 14.07.11
    New Gibson Interview with Matt

    Trivium have always made great albums. Ember to Inferno and Ascendency featured strong metalcore elements, The Crusade dwelt more on thrash metal riffage, and Shogun had a heavy emphasis on 7-string guitars and intense instrumental workouts. The band’s fifth studio album (due out August 9), In Waves, is like all of them and none of them. There is power, aggression, energy, melody, intricate riffs, flirtation with Pantera-style groove-metal rhythm patterns, tight song structures, and the best sonic presentation the band has ever had.

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on July 14, 2011 - 6:15pm

Trivium have always made great albums. Ember to Inferno and Ascendency featured strong metalcore elements, The Crusade dwelt more on thrash metal riffage, and Shogun had a heavy emphasis on 7-string guitars and intense instrumental workouts. The band’s fifth studio album (due out August 9), In Waves, is like all of them and none of them. There is power, aggression, energy, melody, intricate riffs, flirtation with Pantera-style groove-metal rhythm patterns, tight song structures, and the best sonic presentation the band has ever had.

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going to be an amazing album cant wait for the august 9th

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[i]"Even when I was a kid, when a band was about to release a record, it was a little more exciting. You didn’t know everything that was going on, all the details of the record. We wanted to make it fun for the listener."[/i]

[i]I agree with Matt on this one. I have'nt been excited for a record in a long time.. As much as I love the net, it ruins the excitment. Please don't realese more tracks from 'In Waves' three songs is enough for now, ha! Back in the days I always relied on Kerrang tv (bag head ftw) and magazines to find info on music and tours! How time's have changed. [/i]

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