If you’re hankering for some body-slamming, eardrum-mincing fun, Florida metal juggernaut Trivium will gladly oblige this May. The band has been busy crusading the world following the late-2008 release of its forth album Shogun.
The tour will bring them to our shores for five heavy-duty shows, alongside German metallers Heaven Shall Burn and Miami young guns Black Tide. FasterLouder is gladly strapping itself in for the ride.
Trivium visited us in August last year, playing just one show at Sydney’s Enmore Theatre. That gig was incendiary – and they promised to be back for more. Ready yourself, peopleÃ¢â‚¬Â¦
With the likes of Slipknot, Marilyn Manson and System Of A Down causing anarchy late in the evening, it was the unlikely lunchtime slot by Steel Panther that stole the show.
Slipknot and Trivum play Soundwave eve as the maggots descent on Rod Laver Arena.
They may strike fear into the hearts of church goers and mothers groups with their scary imagery and disturbing lyrics, but Slipknot are all about fun and games.
After months of rumour the Soundwave 2012 lineup is finally here!
Bassist Paolo Gregoletto took some time out of the bands hectic schedule to discuss getting back to basics, festivals and Metallica.
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Disturbed bring their new album Asylum to the City of Churches. Featuring As I Lay Dying, and Trivium.
Returning for the third time in as many years Trivium headed to the Espy for an intimate gig with Anvil in support.
Florida foursome Trivium is en route to Soundwave this month, "with all guns blazing".
After months of forum squabbling, it is with equal parts excitement and relief that we announce the 1st line-up for Soundwave 2010.
Returning to Melbourne for the second time in a couple of years, Trivium hit our shores for the 'Into the Mouth of Hell We Tour' with some great support acts in tow in Black Tide and Heaven Shall Burn.
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