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  • Audio CD (June 1, 2004)
  • Original Release Date: 2006
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Extra tracks
  • Label: Lifeforce Records/Red
  • ASIN: B0002YT7NA
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (40 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #100,784 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Inception the Bleeding Skies [Instrumental]
2. Pillars of Serpents
3. If I Could Collapse the Masses
4. Fugue (A Revelation)
5. Requiem
6. Ember to Inferno
7. Ashes
8. To Burn the Eye
9. Falling to Grey
10. My Hatred
11. When All Light Dies
12. A View of Burning Empires

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He never sounds like he's trying too hard to sound like anyone else.
Keith A. Wellman
This album is just great from start to finish, if you love metal, thrash, metalcore, or hard alternative rock you will probably love this.
R. Bisson
If you are not a fan yet, buy this album and see why everyone loves Trivium.
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21 of 22 people found the following review helpful By B. Scibetta on May 13, 2005
Format: Audio CD
OK, I admit, I bought Ascendancy first, and after falling in love with it, I had to get Ember to Inferno. At first, I thought it was good, but not great. After many listens, I can add this to the list of my fave metal albums of all time. The on difference between this and Ascendancy is that this has more of a metalcore feel to it, while still maintaining the thrash elements and melodic sensibility that are the trademark of Trivium. Matt Heafy's voice sounds a little different, with his growl being less powerful and his clean voice not as polished. He really sounds like Hetfield during the clean passages though. I'll give a quick track by track rundown:

1. Inception the Bleeding Skies- 8/10 an instrumental, sets you up well for the rest of the album

2. Pillars of Serpents - 9/10 does not have the trademark Trivium sound, but a VERY heavy song. Brutal riffing and mostly growled vox

3. If I Could Collapse the Masses - 10/10 - classic metalcore sound with Gothenburg riffing, love this track

4. Fugue (A Revelation) 9.5/10 - this song grows on you, great melodic parts in it, disjointed sounding verses

5. Requiem - 10/10 - the catchiest song on the album, you will love it first time through, beauitiful guitar sound

6. Ember to Inferno - 9/10 - great tune, similar riffing to fugue, great chorus

7. Ashes - 9/10 - second instrumental, very creepy feel to it, very ominous

8. To Burn the Eye - 9.5/10 - what an incredible piece of sonwriting, this one clocks in at 7 minutes!!!! keep in mind, heafy was 16 years old when he wrote this!!!!

9. Falling to Grey - 10/10 - wow, just awesome, memorable chorus, memorable riffs

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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Jessy on March 9, 2005
Format: Audio CD
These guys blew my mind away. How can a band composed of kids produce such a heavy and technical sound. I bought their cd after seeing hearing them on Headbanger's Ball and have since loved every moment I put the CD in the disc player. The only problem I have with the band is that the singers screams are very monotonous and doesn't have any highs or lows...just stays the same....like Lamb of God's singer. He does a great job on melody though. I'm giving them 5 stars because I can't believe these kids were able to accomplish this at their age.

Word of Advice: Don't listen to this while driving ><. You might get a speeding ticket.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful A Kid's Review on March 6, 2006
Format: Audio CD
This is a pretty worthy listen for those into speedy metalcore with fast paced screaming and some melodic breakdowns. Just like your typicial metalcore band, except a little better. Heafy's singing voice is not as whiney as, say, Atreyu. For a debut attempt, they've done a good job.

The problem with this is a recurring flaw found in many albums in the metalcore genre. It's monotonous. It's repetitious. And it lacks creativity to a certain point. The riffs are very fast and catchy. The solos are pretty cool too, and the double bass drumming is a great display of technique, but...it's all the same. The album is almost viewble as one long song, because regardless of the melodic breakdowns, the each song picks up from where the last stopped.

However, with only one major setback to this production, this is definitely worth listening to. It's excellent ear candy, but I recommend listening to it in doses. This is not the album you want in your cd player on the "repeat all" mode while cramming for finals, because it gets repetitious after a while. I don't want to say that, after a good long listen, it's "boring," per se, because it's not. It's just the opposite. Boring would be due to lack of speed and repetition, but this just gets a little annoying after a while.

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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Keith A. Wellman on June 23, 2005
Format: Audio CD
This small label debut is definitely worth picking up for fans of thrash/hard emo. This album is just loaded with riffs -- riff mania - i mean it. Its like Heafy had been saving up years of in flames, sepultura, and metallica style riffs and laid them all out on this. Its hard to believe they were able to put out "Ascendency" as soon as they did.

I feel like this is a much more sincere and thoughtful record than 90% of whats coming out of this genre right now. The vocals are great. He never sounds like he's trying too hard to sound like anyone else. There's both subtlety and insanity. Highly recommended.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Stefan Luedicke on October 14, 2003
Format: Audio CD
"...this is an album to yell at the world for damning you. By far this is an album that is a standout in the metal world and will continue to be played well into the future and will stay fresh..." smother.net
"...Trivium's name represents the three basic liberal arts that medieval idealists believed to be the most eloquent. Grammar, logic and rhetoric. Trivium may not be eloquent by medieval standards but their debut album should be listened to because it is quite good. These guys represent the future of real metal and they should be praised..." metalreviews.com
"...In Flames, Shadows Fall, Amon Amarth, At The Gates, all names that came to mind when listening to this. They may pay tribute to their influences, but they run wild with the imagination and took my breath away, as I'm sure they will yours as well..." pahardcore.com
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