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Monday, August 31, 2020

Trivium - "The Deepest Cuts (Full Show)" [Metal & X-Core, Live In Concert]

The Deepest Cuts (Full Show)

"The Deepest Cuts (Full Show)" music video by Trivium
Added: 31-08-2020
Genre : Metal & X-Core, Live In Concert
Description : Trivium - The Deepest Cuts (Full Show)

Trivium - The Deepest Cuts (Full Show)



Orlando, Florida's Trivium are among the most provocative, restless, and influential bands to emerge from the South in the early 21st century's heavy metal explosion. Beginning as a metalcore outfit, they have relentlessly combined and crossed styles, including thrash, prog, technical and melodic death metal as well as alternative and groove metal. Trivium came by their global success the old-fasioned way: touring. Since issuing their first demo in 2000, they have been road warriors. They established themselves first in the South, and then across North America before conquering festival stages in Europe and Asia supporting their sophomore long-player (and Roadrunner debut) Ascendancy in 2005. 2008's Shogun showcased epic storytelling abilites as well as a love for innovative riffs. It also provided a roadmap for future outings, and peaked at number 23 on the Top 200. Those compositional tenets and a love for narrative storytelling influenced each subsequent release, though 2011's In Waves took it further with a number 11 peak, and 2017's The Sin and the Sentence used them inside an extreme metal setting and became one of their most acclaimed albums, selling better in Europe than it did in the States.

After extensive touring and a well deserved break, the band re-entered the studio with Wilbur in late 2019. In February of the following year, Trivium's members began adding cryptic messages to their social media accounts to advance interest for the upcoming album. They further teased its release with two songs -- "IX" and "Scattering the Ashes"-- added to the "Spawn" trailer for the Mortal Kombat video game in March. Trivium delivered their ninth full length What the Dead Men Say in April.

Tags : 2020, 20s, Trivium