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Thursday, March 26, 2020

Trivium - "What The Dead Men Say" [Metal & X-Core]

What The Dead Men Say

"What The Dead Men Say" music video by Trivium
Added: 26-03-2020
Genre : Metal & X-Core
Description : Trivium - What The Dead Men Say [OFFICIAL VIDEO]

Trivium's official music video for "What The Dead Men Say".
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Directed by Ryan Mackfall

Produced by CRASHBURN Starring: Beatrice Blaj Ciaran Clarke Benjamin Dyson

Art Director: Lee Evans Set

Designer: Hugo Helene

Gaffer: Chris Yacoubian

1stAC: Joshua Bransgrove

Make Up: Michele Bromley Art Department Researcher: Amy Della Art Department Assistant: Tony Plant

Set Photographer: Tom Young

Editor: John John Philips Colourist: Katie Dymmock VFX: Callum Lewis DIT: Billy Child

Runner: Katrin Deeg

With special thanks to Joe Gray Shiver Me Timbers Penzance and Miracle Theatre Company

Film on location in Madron, Penzance and Redruth (Cornwall, UK).


Hailing from central Florida, Trivium formed in 2000 and quickly built a buzz around Orlando's metal community with their blend of metalcore, thrash, and progressive metal. Having secured a contract with the German Lifeforce imprint, the band issued its debut album, Ember to Inferno, in October 2003 with a lineup that included vocalist/guitarist Matt Heafy, drummer Travis Smith, and bassist Brent Young. The debut was well received, and Trivium signed with Roadrunner Records for their next effort. Ascendancy appeared in March 2005, at which point the band's roster had shifted to include Heafy, Smith, bassist Paolo Gregoletto, and guitarist Corey Beaulieu. The album was reissued in May of the following year with four additional tracks and a bonus DVD. Trivium then visited the U.K. in June for the 2006 Download Festival, followed by multiple European headlining gigs and a stint with America's traveling metal/hardcore fest Sounds of the Underground. The tour saw them playing alongside other heavy-hitting bands like As I Lay Dying, GWAR, Cannibal Corpse, and Terror.

After the release of the album, Madiro left the band and was succeeded by Paul Wandtke, who lasted less than a year before being replaced by Alex Bent. In late 2016, Trivium partnered with Cooking Vinyl to re-release Ember to Inferno in several variations. The two deluxe editions contained the band's earliest demos, including "Ruber" (aka the Red Demo), "Caeruleus" (aka the Blue Demo), and "Flavus" (aka the Yellow Demo), all recorded when Heafy was between 16 and 17 years old. Late 2017 saw the release of the band's eighth studio long-player, The Sin and the Sentence, which was produced by Josh Wilbur and released via Roadrunner.

Tags : 2020, 20s, Trivium