These may seem like the best of times for Trivium as the band has been supporting their 'Vengeance Falls' album on tour over the last several months, and are preparing for a big spotlight on the Rockstar Energy Drink Mayhem Festival this summer. But drummer Nick Augusto will not be continuing the adventure with the band.
Trivium have been making waves with the release of their new album ‘Vengeance Falls.’ The disc marks the band’s first time working with Disturbed / Device frontman Dave Draiman as their producer, and fans have been reacting positively to new songs like ‘Brave This Storm’ and the lead single ‘Strife.’
Trivium fans will certainly be able to hear David Draiman’s influence on the band's new album, ‘Vengeance Falls.’ Draiman is best known as the singer of Disturbed and Device, but he stepped into the role of producer for Trivium’s latest release.
Trivium’s sixth studio disc ‘Vengeance Falls’ isn’t set to make its debut until Oct. 15, but fans can check it out a week early thanks to a new full album stream the band has just served up. (Click below to check it out.)
Over Friday (Sept. 27), New York City metal fans packed the Best Buy Theater for high energy sets by Trivium and DevilDriver, both of whom are currently trekking around in promotion of their new albums.
Trivium are slated to release their sixth album 'Vengeance Falls' in October, and the album has been preceded by the single 'Strife.' Now, the band has unleashed the music video for the song (watch above).
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