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Formed: 2000
From: Altamonte Springs, FL, United States
Last Known Status: Active

Background

Trivium was formed in 2000 in Altamonte Springs Florida - Travis Smith, Matt Heafy and two other band mates met at Travis's house to learn and cover "For Whom the Bell Tolls" for his high school's Battle of the Bands competition. Even though they were inexperienced, they quickly formulated a band - the aggression of Trivium was popular among the high school crowd. Shortly after the Battle of the Bands show Trivium performed in a local music contest, Indiefest, taking 2nd place overall. After a couple local party gigs, Trivium's original singer left the band.

It was decided that Matt would take on the lead vocal duties as well as being the lead & rhythm guitarist and a search was underway for a rhythm guitarist. An old band mate of Travis', Brent Young earned the spot. With the new line up, Trivium played several garage gigs, party gigs, small clubs, and high school level competitions, gaining experience and writing more original songs. Soon, Trivium headed into a local studio to record a three-song demo.

Brent eventually moved to bass after Trivium's bassist departed.

Trivium's fan base began to grow, the band began to receive more local buzz and awards. Carrying a full set of originals, Trivium tore up club after club during the summer, opened for national acts - placed 1st for Battle of the Bands in high school and Matt was awarded The Best Metal Guitarist Award for 2002 presented by The Orlando Metal Awards.

Trivium recorded four more originals for their next demo. After this demo was recorded the musical direction of the band changed to something that the band and critics categorize as Melodic Death Metalcore. After one more 7-song demo EP, LifeForce records from Germany signed the band in May of 2003 and the band released 'Ember To Inferno' before adding second guitarist Corey Beaulieu and joining Roadrunner in April 2004.

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Note: We began associating news directly with bands in late 2003. Therefore, earlier band news may not be listed on this page.

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Amon Amarth Looking Forward To Tour With COB

The following message was posted on the official Amon Amarth website:

"Alright, just a week left until we head out on tour again! Starting with two off shows half-way; on Iceland. It was hard to put a set together with the time limit we have (30 min) but it is a deadly intense set! It's going to be cool to come back to North American soil again after two years and we look forward touring with Children of bodum and Trivium. It's going to be an awesome ride with many of the shows already sold out!
Remember to be there early since we're first up to play!
See you in the pit!"

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Trivium Frontman Wouldn't Throw Anything At Maiden

In the latest issue of Metal Hammer, TRIVIUM's Matt Heafy and Corey Beaulieu discuss the Ozzfest debacle in San Bernardino which culminated in IRON MAIDEN being pelted with eggs while performing and Sharon Osbourne publicly berating the group's lead singer, Bruce Dickinson, as "a prick."

When TRIVIUM played in Albuquerque following the San Bernardino incident, all the bandmembers wore IRON MAIDEN shirts. It was their way of making a point. "All the bands and all the crews knew what we were trying to say," Heafy stated.

"There were gangs of people from the bands on the second stage [where TRIVIUM also performed] trying to recruit people to throw eggs at MAIDEN. Man, I wouldn't dare throw anything at MAIDEN, not even money. I watched them from right at the front at one show and I did everything, every gesture, that Bruce asked of the crowd. I was too afraid not to. That's how commanding that band are, that's the kind of presence they have. And people want me to throw eggs at them? Fuck off!"

"You should have seen those people down the front throwing shit," added Beaulieu. "It was disgusting. I mean, Kelly Osbourne was there, and she was throwing eggs. Then I read that she said she was in London. She's a fucking liar. She wasn't in London, she was right there throwing shit. She couldn't even take any responsibility for what she'd done."

"And when we wore the MAIDEN shirts in Albuquerque, Big Dave [the PA announcer who yelled 'Ozzy! Ozzy!' over the PA during IRON MAIDEN's intro tape] just walked past us and lowered his eyes," said Heafy. "But we had to do what we had to do. We felt we had to take a stand."

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Trivium Plan Return To UK Next March

Trivium are heading back on the road in the UK/Ireland early next year. The tour dates are:

March 2 - Leeds University
March 3/4 - Dublin Ambassador
March 5 - Belfast Ulster Hall
March 6 - Glasgow Barrowlands
March 8 - Newcastle Academy
March 9 - Birmingham Academy
March 10 - Manchester Academy
March 11 - Nottingham Rock City
March 12 - Stoke Victoria Hall
March 15/16 - London Astoria
March 17 - Cardiff Univerity
March 18 - Exeter Grand Hall
March 20 - Southampton Guildhall
March 21 - Folkestone Leas Cliffe Hall

From the listing, I'm not quite sure if those dates separated by a slash (e.g. 15/16) mean they are playing both dates or the exact date is to be determined, so check your local listings.

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Children of Bodom Headlining Tour Dates

Finland's CHIDLREN OF BODOM wil be embarking on a European headlining tour beginning in late December. Confirmed dates are as follows:

Dec. 27 - Köln, GER @ Live Music Hall
Dec. 28 - Tilburg, NETH @ 0 13
Dec. 29 - Antwerp, BEL @ Hof Ter Loo
Dec. 30 - Leipzig, GER @ Haus Auensee
Dec. 31 - Pratteln, SWI @ Z 7
Jan. 02 - Milan, ITA @ Rolling Stone
Jan. 03 - Wörgl, AUT @ Komma
Jan. 04 - Ljubljana, SLO @ VPK Mediapark
Jan. 05 - Zagreb, CRO @ TBA
Jan. 06 - Wien, AUT @ Planet Music
Jan. 07 - Linz, AUT @ Posthof
Jan. 08 - Graz, AUT @ Orpheum
Jan. 09 - Budapest, HUN @ Petöfi Hall
Jan. 11 - Nürnberg, GER @ Löwensaal
Jan. 12 - Berlin, GER @ Columbia Fritz
Jan. 13 - Erfurt, GER @ Centrum
Jan. 14 - Kaufbeuren, GER @ All-Karthalle
Jan. 15 - Strasbourg, FRA @ La Laiterie
Jan. 16 - Paris, FRA @ Elysee Montmatre
Jan. 17 - Lyon, FRA @ Transbordeur
Jan. 19 - Porto, POR @ Hard Club
Jan. 20 - Madrid, SPA @ Aqualung
Jan. 21 - Barcelona, SPA @ Razzmatazz I
Jan. 22 - Bergara, SPA @ Sala Jam
Jan. 24 - Lille, FRA @ Splendid
Jan. 25 - Dudley, UK @ JBS
Jan. 26 - London, UK @ Astoria
Jan. 27 - Amsterdam, NETH @ Melkweg
Jan. 28 - Hardenberg, NETH @ Podium
Jan. 29 - Stuttgart, GER @ LKA
Jan. 31 - Langen, GER @ Stadthalle
Feb. 01 - Bochum, GER @ Zeche
Feb. 02 - Hamburg, GER @ Markthalle
Feb. 03 - Göteborg, SWE @ Trädgarn
Feb. 04 - Oslo, NOR @ Rockefeller
Feb. 05 - Stockholm, SWE @ Arenan
Feb. 07 - Umea, SWE @ Sky Com Arenan

CHILDREN OF BODOM's new album, "Are You Dead Yet?" is scheduled for release in the U.S. on October 25 via Spinefarm Records. The album has been declared to be one of the first priority UMG international releases through Universal's Fontana Distribution system. The U.S. version includes a previously unreleased bonus track that is exclusive to the U.S. release — a cover of the RAMONES classic "Somebody Put Something In My Drink".

CHILDREN OF BODOM's forthcoming fifth album is the follow-up to 2003's "Hate Crew Deathroll", which has sold in excess of 200,000 copies worldwide. The band recently filmed a video for the track "In Your Face" with Katapult Productions, who have previously worked with RAMMSTEIN, among others.

Touring in support of "Are You Dead Yet?" has CHILDREN OF BODOM tied up until the summer of 2006. On this North American trek, CHILDREN OF BODOM will headline over twenty dates spanning the continent and will be sharing the stage with TRIVIUM and AMON AMARTH.

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Slipknot, Fear Factory, Chimaira On Infected S/T

Providing a thundering musical backdrop to "infect" by, Majesco Entertainment Company and developer Planet Moon Studios today announced a deal with Roadrunner Records and several top heavy metal bands, including SLIPKNOT, FEAR FACTORY, CHIMAIRA, TRIVIUM, ILL NINO, and THE AGONY SCENE to provide licensed music for the in-game soundtrack for Infected, scheduled for release on PSP (PlayStation Portable) in November.

In addition to providing tracks, all nine members of SLIPKNOT appear in-game as unlockable characters for use in either single player or multiplayer modes. 3volution Studios, co-owned by Raymond Herrera, drummer of FEAR FACTORY, will be responsible for creating all the sound F/X and recording voice-overs for Infected.

"We've compiled music from some of today's hottest metal bands to create an in-game soundtrack that perfectly amplifies the hardcore, fast-paced game play experience of Infected," said Ken Gold, vice president of Marketing for Majesco. "Players' pulses will pound as they attempt to complete intense missions while being shredded by the bone-crunching sounds of some of heavy metal's finest bands."

Licensed songs from Roadrunner Records confirmed for the Infected soundtrack include:

* "Eyeless" - SLIPKNOT
* "Everything Ends" - SLIPKNOT
* "Pulse of the Maggots" - SLIPKNOT
* "Power Trip" - CHIMAIRA
* "Nothing Remains" - CHIMAIRA
* "Pull Harder on the Strings of Your Martyr" - TRIVIUM
* "When It Cuts" - ILL NINO
* "Prey" - THE AGONY SCENE
* "Remanufacture" - FEAR FACTORY

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Trivium To Release Tour Edition Of Latest Album

A limited tour edition of Trivium's new album, Ascendancy, will be issued by Roadrunner Records in Europe to coincide with the band's European tour supporting Arch Enemy. It will feature a bonus disc containing unreleased tracks and three video clips.

Tour dates are as follows:

October

2 in Paris, France at Bataclan

3 in Haarlem, Netherlands at Patronat

4 in Köln, Germany at Live Music Hall

5 in Eindhoven, Netherlands at Effenaar

6 in Stuttgart, Germany at Die Röhre

8 in Ternat, Belgium at Ternat Rock Festival

9 in Osnabrück, Germany at Rosenhof

10 in Hamburg, Germany at Markthalle

11 in Berlin, Germany at Columbia Club

13 in Oslo, Norway at John Dee

14 in Gothenburg, Sweden at Kåren

15 in Stockholm, Sweden at Klubben

16 in Copenhagen, Denmark at Pumpehuset

22 in Tokyo at Shinkiba Studio Coast

23 in Osaka at Zepp Osaka

25 in Nagoya at Zepp Nagoya

26 in Hiroshima at Hiroshima Club Quattro

27 in Fukuoka at Zepp Fukuoka

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Trivium Frontman Checks In From The Road

TRIVIUM frontman Matt Heafy has checked in with the following message to all their UK fans:

"Thank you all so much, our first ever headlining tour has been off the fucking charts - amazing - the tour has been sick! holy shit! we can't express enough how much the support means to us and truly how much fun we have had.

I don't even really know what to say other than - goddamn do the British know their metal.

I'm talking great moshing, air guitar-ing solos, soccer chants "TRIVIUM" "TRIVIUM" "TRIVIUM" thrown in, great pits, meeting as many people as humanly possible - all of it - it's been rad.

The crappy part about all of it... is that it's about to end, only 1 more show then the UK/Northern Ireland part of the ASCENDANCY TOUR comes to an end.

We plan on being back in the UK/Northern Ireland in March of '06 and by the looks of it next March will be sicker than the ASCENDANCY Tour, can't wait!!

Then we're off to Europe and back to reality supporting ARCH ENEMY and SOILWORK in Europe, we are definitely looking forward to seeing our European friends - here we come.

Then it is off to Japan - we can't wait to finally meet our Japanese friends and have some fun seeing what they are capable of - we have heard great things about the Japanese and their love of metal.

Thanks again for all the kind thoughts, emails, comments and support - we'll see you soon."


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Ozzfest 2005 Comes To an End in West Palm Beach

Well it was one hell of a tour, the 10th annual Ozzfest Summer Amphitheatre Tour came to an end once again in West Palm Beach, FL and I had a chance to be there. For 6 years now I have been planning on going to Ozzfest but for some reason something has always came up and I couldn't go. Last year I had everything lined up to go, and a damn hurricane hit the place. This year I finally lucked out and went to my first Ozzfest. Let me tell you "I have waited for this for a very long time." I loaded up the Tahoe with a couple friends and my wife and we left about 2:00am Saturday morning and drove about 9 1/2 hours from Charleston to West Palm Beach, FL. That was a long drive, I probably should have gone to the one in Charlotte, NC the night before but......."The best one is the last one" that's what I have always been told. More...

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New Streaming Track From Roadrunner United

Another track from the upcoming ROADRUNNER UNITED "The All-Star Sessions" CD, entitled "In the Fire", has been made available for streaming at Roadrun.com.

This full-length release, in stores on October 11, 2005, is a "master class" in hard rock/metal. Boasting 55 artists from 42 of Roadrunner's past and present bands, the album will contain original tracks that are collaborations between numerous Roadrunner stars.

Four central musicians were originally chosen to produce and write the songs. Joey Jordison (SLIPKNOT), Dino Cazares (ex-FEAR FACTORY/BRUJERIA), Robert Flynn (MACHINE HEAD) and Matthew Heafy (TRIVIUM). These four musicians play on the songs they have written and have also assembled a unique team of artists to appear on each track. In order to cover as wide a spectrum as possible, no musician has played for more than one writer/producer and each song features a different vocalist.

Written and produced by Heafy, "In the Fire" features King Diamond (KING DIAMOND, MERCYFUL FATE) on vocals, Mike D'Antonio (KILLSWITCH ENGAGE) on bass, Dave Chavarri (ILL NINO) on drums, and Heafy on lead, rhythm and acoustic guitars.

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Full Details On Roadrunners All-Stars CD

The complete details have been announced for the upcoming ROADRUNNER UNITED "The All-Star Sessions" CD, due in stores on October 11, 2005, via Roadrunner Records. Boasting 57 artists from 45 of Roadrunner's past and present bands, the album will contain original tracks that are collaborations between numerous Roadrunner stars.

Four central musicians were originally chosen to produce and write the songs. Joey Jordison (SLIPKNOT), Dino Cazares (ex-FEAR FACTORY/BRUJERIA), Robert Flynn (MACHINE HEAD) and Matthew Heafy (TRIVIUM). These four musicians play on the songs they have written and have also assembled a unique team of artists to appear on each track. In order to cover as wide a spectrum as possible, no musician has played for more than one writer/producer and each song features a different vocalist.

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Motley Crue, SOAD, Slipknot, Mudvayne Show Numbers

The following are a few select recent heavy metal/hard rock concert attendance figures, as reported by Billboard magazine:

Artist/Event: MÖTLEY CRÜE, SUM 41, THE EXIES, SILVERTIDE
Venue: Nissan Pavilion at Stone Ridge
City/State: Bristow, Va.
Date: Aug. 13, 2005
Attendance: 10,336
Capacity: 22,667

Artist/Event: MÖTLEY CRÜE, SUM 41, THE EXIES, SILVERTIDE
Venue: PNC Bank Arts Center
City/State: Holmdel, N.J.
Date: Aug. 14, 2005
Attendance: 16,203
Capacity: 16,944

Artist/Event: MÖTLEY CRÜE, SUM 41, THE EXIES, SILVERTIDE
Venue: Tommy Hilfiger at Jones Beach Theater
City/State: Wantagh, N.Y.
Date: Aug. 16, 2005
Attendance: 13,281
Capacity: 13,855

Artist/Event: MÖTLEY CRÜE, SUM 41, THE EXIES, SILVERTIDE
Venue: New England Dodge Music Center
City/State: Hartford, Conn.
Date: Aug. 20, 2005
Attendance: 9,918
Capacity: 24,212

Artist/Event: MÖTLEY CRÜE, SUM 41, THE EXIES, SILVERTIDE
Venue: Verizon Wireless Arena
City/State: Manchester, N.H.
Date: Aug. 21, 2005
Attendance: 7,565
Capacity: 8,469

Artist/Event: MÖTLEY CRÜE, SUM 41, THE EXIES, SILVERTIDE
Venue: DTE Energy Music Center
City/State: Clarkston, Mich.
Date: Aug. 24, 2005
Attendance: 15,663
Capacity: 15,663

Artist/Event: SYSTEM OF A DOWN, THE MARS VOLTA, BAD ACID TRIP
Venue: Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion
City/State: The Woodlands, Texas
Date: Aug. 13, 2005
Attendance: 11,600
Capacity: 15,809

Artist/Event: SYSTEM OF A DOWN, THE MARS VOLTA, BAD ACID TRIP
Venue: Continental Airlines Arena
City/State: East Rutherford, N.J.
Date: Aug. 23, 2005
Attendance: 16,209
Capacity: 17,417

Artist/Event: SYSTEM OF A DOWN, THE MARS VOLTA, BAD ACID TRIP
Venue: Hampton Coliseum
City/State: Hampton, Va.
Date: Aug. 21, 2005
Attendance: 5,928
Capacity: 11,699

Artist/Event: SYSTEM OF A DOWN, THE MARS VOLTA, BAD ACID TRIP
Venue: 1st Mariner Arena
City/State: Baltimore, Md.
Date: Aug. 22, 2005
Attendance: 6,644
Capacity: 12,758

Artist/Event: MUSHROOMHEAD, DOPE, PITBULL DAYCARE, NOCTURNE
Venue: House of Blues
City/State: Las Vegas, Nev.
Date: Aug. 28, 2005
Attendance: 314
Capacity: 1,800

Artist/Event: MUDVAYNE, SHADOWS FALL, IN FLAMES, TRIVIUM
Venue: House of Blues
City/State: Las Vegas, Nev.
Date: Aug. 17, 2005
Attendance: 1,800
Capacity: 1,800

Artist/Event: ROB ZOMBIE, MASTODON
Venue: House of Blues
City/State: Las Vegas, Nev.
Date: Aug. 19, 2005
Attendance: 1,800
Capacity: 1,800

Artist/Event: SLIPKNOT, ARCH ENEMY, DEVILDRIVER
Venue: House of Blues
City/State: Las Vegas, Nev.
Date: Aug. 21-22, 2005
Attendance: 3,600
Capacity: 3,600

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Trivium Checks In With Post Ozzfest Update

TRIVIUM have posted the following message on their official website:

"Hello Everyone!

First we would like to extend our deepest sympathies and heartfelt condolences to all the souls negatively affected by Hurricane Katrina, we have friends, family and fans along the gulf coast and our thoughts are with everyone impacted. If you are able please find time to donate what you can to help the victims of this terrible tragedy.

We had a great ending to yesterdays final Ozzfest Show in West Palm Beach, we got to see alot of family, friends & fans - it was a good day - we enjoyed our time on the tour, especially playing and meeting new friends and fans, all -in- all it was quite an expericence and we are thankful for the opportunity.

We will be taking it easy for the next 3 days then its back to the road - we leave Thursday (9.8.2005) for our first ever headlining run in the UK. Joining us for the ASCENDANCY TOUR will be ALL THAT REMAINS and IT DIES TODAY. We will be playing songs off of Ember To Infeno as well as Ascedancy with a few suprises thrown in here and there, this will be a fun tour and we are looking forward to seeing everyone again.

Emails, comments and requests - we have a ton of emails and comments that we didn't have time to answer while on tour and we aren't sure if we will be able to get to them all before we leave, but we will catch up on our reading them over the next few days, we did check out the fan art link and there is some great work being submitted, very creative.

We do appreciate those of you who take time to write or comment and show your support in so many ways - it is so cool and we appreciate it very much. We did get to meet alot of members from our message boards and myspace this summer and we got some pictures with you - which was cool and thanks to everyone who sent pictures through-out the tour to our webmaster to be posted on the sites, thats awesome. Thanks to Nick Goodjohn for sharing his pictures with us from the KERRANG! Awards Most Wanted gig in London, much appreciated.

We hope you are all safe and doing well, we will talk to you soon!!

All the best"

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Arch Enemy And Trivium To Tour Japan

ARCH ENEMY will be embarking on a Japanese headlining tour in late October. Support at all dates will come from TRIVIUM. The details are as follows:

Oct. 22 – Tokyo, JPN - Shinkiba Studio Coast
Oct. 23 - Osaka, JPN - Zepp Osaka
Oct. 25 - Nagoya, JPN - Zepp Nagoya
Oct. 26 - Hiroshima, JPN - Hiroshima Club Quattro
Oct. 27 - Fukuoka, JPN - Zepp Fukuoka

Commented ARCH ENEMY guitarist Michael Amott: "Finally we can confirm the Japan 2005 tour! We have had a great time on the Ozzfest tour in America, but we are very much looking forward to playing our own shows with a lot of songs. We know we will have a great time our fantastic fans in Japan once again! See you soon!"

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2005 Kerrang! Award Winners Announced

The 2005 Kerrang! Awards winners have been announced at The Brewery in London on Thursday August 25. Here are the winners, as voted by the readers:

Classic Songwriter Award: Nine Inch Nails' Trent Reznor
Best British Newcomer: Bullet For My Valentine
Best International Newcomer: Trivium
Best Single: Foo Fighters for "Best of You"
Best Video: My Chemical Romance for "Helena"
Best Album: My Chemical Romance for "Three Cheers for Sweet Revenge"
Best Live Band: Green Day
Best British Band: Funeral for a Friend
Best Band On The Planet: Green Day
Lifetime Achievement: Killing Joke
Icon Award: Marilyn Manson

Iron Maiden have been inducted into the Kerrang! Hall of Fame. Also, Kerrang! thought that a few people should be given recognition for other reasons so they awarded Iron Maiden frontman, Bruce Dickinson, with the Homer Simpson "Conducting Oneself with Quiet Dignity" Award for not using his acceptance speech as a cheap shot against the Osbournes, but merely thanking his band and fans.

For more on the award winners, visit qglastoblog.typepad.com/kerrangawards.

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Watch Trivium's New Video Online

Trivium has a brand new video for the track "A Gunshot to the Head of Trepedation". You can watch the video in RoadRunner's VIDEO section. In related news, the band also was just awarded the "Best International Newcomer Award" last night in the UK at the KERRANG! Awards.

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Amon Amarth To Play Bloodstock, More Dates w/ COB

Amon Amarth have announced on their website that they will be playing Bloodstock at Assembly Rooms in Derby, UK on September 3rd.

More dates for Amon Amarth's upcoming North American tour supporting Children of Bodom, along with Trivium, have also been confirmed:

Nov 09 Quebec, QU - Capitol
Nov 10 Montreal, QU - Medley
Nov 11 Toronto, ON - Opera House
Nov 12 Detroit, MI - Harpos
Nov 13 Chicago, IL - House of Blues
Nov 14 Milwaukee, WI - Eagles Ballroom
Nov 16 Minneapolis, MN - Quest
Nov 18 Denver, CO - Gotic Theatre
Nov 19 Salt Lake City, UT - Lo-Fi Cafe
Nov 21 Seattle, WA - El Corazon
Nov 22 Vancouver, BC - Croation Cultural
Nov 23 Portland, OR - Roseland Theatre
Nov 25 San Francisco, CA - Slims
Nov 26 Santa Ana, CA - Galaxy Concert Theatre
Nov 27 Los Angeles, CA - House of Blues
Nov 28 Phoenix, AZ - Marquee Theatre
Nov 29 San Diego, CA - House of Blues
Dec 01 TBA
Dec 02 Dallas, TX - The Curtain Club
Dec 03 Houston, TX - Meridian
Dec 05 Tampa, FL - Masquerade
Dec 06 Atlanta, GA - Masquerade
Dec 08 Washington, DC - 9.30 Club
Dec 09 Philadelphia, PA - Trocadero
Dec 10 Worchester, MA - Palladium
Dec 11 TBA
Dec 12 TBA
Dec 14 New York, NY - Irwing Plaza

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It Dies Today Added To Trivium Tour

It Dies Today have been added to Trivium's upcoming September 10th-September 28th UK/Ireland run with All That Remains

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Nevermore Win Last Week's Dig It Or Dis It

Last weeks' theme on Yahoo! Music's Dig It or Dis It was Metal Madness. You got the chance to vote for some metal videos. The winner with 40% of the votes was Nevermore's "Final Product."

Here are the results for the other videos:

Arch Enemy, "Nemesis" - 10%
Trivium, "Pull Harder On The Strings Of Your Martyr" - 36%
Soilwork, "Light the Torch" - 4%
Unearth, "Zombie Autopilot" - 12%

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More COB, Amon Amarth, Trivium Tour Dates Revealed

Children of Bodom, Trivium and Amon Amarth will be teaming up for a North American tour beginning in early November. The following dates have been confirmed so far:

Nov. 09 Quebec City, QC - Théâtre Capitole
Nov. 10 Montreal, QC - Le Medley
Nov. 11 Toronto, ON - The Opera House
Nov. 12 Detroit, MI - Harpo's
Nov. 13 Chicago, IL - House of Blues
Nov. 16 Minneapolis, MN - Quest Club
Nov. 18 Englewood, CO - Gothic Theatre
Nov. 21 Seattle, WA - El Corazon
Nov. 23 Portland, OR - Roseland Theater
Nov. 27 West Hollywood, CA - House of Blues
Dec. 09 Philadelphia, PA - The Trocadero

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Trivium Featured On Uranium Ozzfest Special

Trivium are currently still on the road with Ozzfest. If you can't make it to one of the shows, you're in luck. They will be featured on Fuse's Uranium Ozzfest special, and word on the street is they will be watching some porn with Juliya. The special airs this Friday at 9PM.

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