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trivium: Vengeance Fallscompact discs
Trivium: Vengeance Falls

Released: Oct 9, 2013. Genre: Metalcore, Heavy Metal. Label: Roadrunner. Number Of Tracks: 10. A Trivium album produced by David Draiman (of Disturbed) - what more could you ask for?

POSTED: 02/11/2014 - 08:39 am

7.5
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trivium: In Wavescompact discs
Trivium: In Waves

Released: Aug 9, 2011. Genre: Metalcore, Thrash Metal. Label: Roadrunner. Number Of Tracks: 13. "In Waves" is Trivium's 5th studio album, and the first album release in 3 years. The guitar riffs are still blazing fast, but there was no real new ground broken with this album release. If you enjoyed Trivium's previous releases, then you will probably also enjoy "In Waves".

POSTED: 08/09/2011 - 08:20 am

7.8
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trivium: Ascendancycompact discs
Trivium: Ascendancy

Released: Mar 15, 2005. Genre: Metalcore. Label: Roadrunner. Number Of Tracks: 12. With their second album finished and on the shelf, Trivium look forward to spending most of the year on the road - which doesn't mean they're not constantly working on new material.

POSTED: 02/18/2010 - 02:57 am

9.3
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trivium: Shoguncompact discs
Trivium: Shogun

Released: Sep 30, 2008. Genre: Metalcore, Heavy Metal, Thrash Metal. Label: Roadrunner. Number Of Tracks: 11. Trivium's new album should pacify many a fan who was less than thrilled with the band's previous effort, The Crusade.

POSTED: 04/23/2009 - 03:35 am

9.3
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trivium: The Crusadecompact discs
Trivium: The Crusade

Release Date: Oct 10, 2006. Label: Roadrunner. Genres: Alternative Metal, Thrash, Heavy Metal. Number Of Tracks: 13. It?s an obscenely brave and ambitious end to a glorious collection of songs that seems destined to cement Trivium?s reputation as the heaviest, sharpest, smartest and hardest working band of their generation.

POSTED: 11/19/2008 - 02:59 am

8.2
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trivium: Ember To Infernocompact discs
Trivium: Ember To Inferno

Released: Oct 14, 2003. Genre: Rock. Styles: Alternative Metal. Number Of Tracks: 12. Headbangers will find Ember To Inferno to be a likable and competent, if less than distinctive, example of alt-metal's good cop/bad cop juxtaposition.

POSTED: 06/15/2007 - 03:32 pm

9.1
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