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Trivium's Matt Heafy Posts Acoustic Cover Of Opeth's "Harvest"

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Trivium's Matt Heafy held a special acoustic concert at the Moscot store in New York City on August 13th, 2012 to help raise awareness for the Moscot MobilEyes Foundation which provides free medical eye care and eyewear. During the concert, which was covered by Metal Injection, Heafy performed an acoustic cover of Opeth's "Harvest," taken from the "Blackwater Park" album. Check out the footage below or over at Metal Injection.

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1. acoustic writes:

guitar was pretty good; vocals need a little work

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2. Blindgreed1 writes:

Rushed...

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STOP COVERING SONGS, TRIVIUM. YOUR COVER OF MASTER OF PUPPETS SOUNDED SO MUCH LIKE THE ORIGINAL THAT I HAD NO REASON TO NOT LISTEN TO THE ORIGINAL INSTEAD. ADD SOME PERSONAL FLAIR. YOU ARE MUSICAL PARROTS.
/rant

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