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Trivium's most recent album, "Shogun", shows us how the band is continually developing as musicians and songwriters.
I would have liked some music videos or some live performances on the DVD but I gotta say, I love this album and honestly think that the quality you get is fantastic.
I've been listening to Trivium ever since I first got their 2005 release "Ascendancy" back in 2005 of course, and it instantly became one of my favorite metal albums.
One of their more polished albums. Strong RIF's and the songs generally flow into one another fairly well. Special edition worth the extra couple of dollars.Published 3 months ago by Brandon Pimentel
My 2nd favorite Trivium album next to "Ascendancy". This album never disappoints. My favorite songs from this album are "Down from the Sky" and "Like Callisto... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Spikedskull
This is in my opinion Triviums finest work, I hope to be able to purchase the Vinyl some day, maybe if i stumble upon hoards of monies. Read morePublished 4 months ago by parky259
I really like this group's instrumental work, but I really dislike the screaming vocals. I guess if you can't actually "sing," then screaming is the only other option :/Published 6 months ago by Shawn Powers
In case you don't know what my title means, I'll explain: I feel that this is the best album I've heard by Trivium so far, but it's only slightly better than the other two albums... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Music 101
This album is an excellent album. Matt Heafy is great on vocals and plays guitar extremely well. Also, the drums and bass is just phenomenal. Trivium is just a beast.Published 11 months ago by dennis sohn
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For me, it's really hard to put into words. I don't think speed is a thrash requirement, but speed is certainly expected of a thrash band and I guess that would be one way to separate metalcore from thrash. However, some of the greatest classic thrash songs are mid-tempo: Megadeth's "Peace... Read More
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