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Trivium

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About Trivium
Genres:
Metal, Metalcore
Band Members:
- Matt Heafy - Guitar Lead Vocals, - Corey Beaulieu - Guitar, Vocals, - Paolo Gregoletto - Bass, Vocals, - Alex Bent, Drums
Hometown:
Orlando, FL

The Sin And The Sentence - Available Now at trivium.org
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The two downfalls was the length of their set and the vocals. Being an opener, they only played eight songs, and the vocals were too quiet for the instruments, but Trivium put on an absolutely terrific show, and I certainly recommend them to anyone who likes them. If there’s a choice between a headlining set and an opening set, pick the headline, but go see them with every opportunity you have.
May 11th 2018
Trivium were amazing and by far the better of the 3 bands. Bullet for my Valentine we're tight and did a great job. Toothgrinder shocked me with how good they were. being the opening act, I wasn't expecting them to bring it that good...they did.
December 3rd 2017
Arch Enemy was great! Trivium played more of their older stuff instead of songs off the new album, which I was a bit bummed about. Also played shorter than Arch Enemy, even though they were the headliner. Bit of a head scratcher.
June 28th 2017
Personally I felt Obituary were better, and Trivium were actually the band I was looking forward to seeing more. Didn't like Obituary that much on the albums (vocals didn't do it for me), but live John Tardy was awesome. Trivium we're good, but Matt Heafy's vocals were a little too soft for my taste. Still, he and his bandmates love their music and their fans, and it showed
Trivium was outstanding despite some fudged notes in "Gunshot". the hilight of the show was Sabaton giving Trivium shots of liquor during "Pillars of Serpents" Definitely a metal thing to do.I have never heard Sabaton before that show...im now a huge fan. i like the history based story lines and blistering guitar. The front man can run a stage. Great show
Completely on form and then some. Supported by two great bands, both "Shapes" and Sikth were excellent, playing well and interacting with the crowd. I first saw Trivium 11 years ago and they've only improved with age. These guys love their fans and that's reflected in their performance. Amazing set list for this tour, I'll always come back for these guys.
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About Trivium
Genres:
Metal, Metalcore
Band Members:
- Matt Heafy - Guitar Lead Vocals, - Corey Beaulieu - Guitar, Vocals, - Paolo Gregoletto - Bass, Vocals, - Alex Bent, Drums
Hometown:
Orlando, FL

The Sin And The Sentence - Available Now at trivium.org