Trivium Studio Update And More
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Trivium sent out a studio update. Here's the meat of it:
Paul Romano, Work Hardened Studios (http://www.workhardened.com/) will be doing all of the artwork/graphics for our upcoming CD ASCENDANCY slated for a February 2005 release. Matt provided Paul with the original artwork, story & concept and Paul will take it to a whole 'nother level - what we have seen so far looks awesome.
Most of the studio work with Jason is completed - some clean up in progress right now, but the "screaming-ass" vocals, clean vocals, drums, bass, melodic guitars and solos are pretty much completed and sound pretty damn good. Next on the agenda is to deliver what we have to Andy Sneap - Backstage Productions/Studios (http://www.andysneap.com/) in Derbyshire, England. Travis & Matt will be leaving for England November 5th to work with Andy during the final mix and mastering of Ascendancy. This obviously will be a great learning experience - Andy has mixed/mastered/produced some great CD's so we can't wait to get started.
We are fans of the band Every Time I Die and recently we became aware of the situation they had when their "6th" member Jeff Stanahan roadie, merch man, great friend of the band became very seriously ill while on the road - Jeff is in a hospital in St. Louis hundreds of miles from home - he needs all of our help not only with our positive thoughts and prayers but in helping raise some additional money to offset his hospital bills. ETID tours their asses off and anyone who is in this game knows that is part of the drill - so when someone becomes ill and needs help it is important we all do what we can to help out - to donate to Jeff's cause and help him and his family out please click on this link BENEFIT INFORMATION FOR JEFF "Durst" STRANAHAN (http://www.tour-city.com/) to read the story and donate what you can to help out - we know it will be appreciated.
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