Trivium guitarist Corey Beaulieu recently noted that the band's new album should be released around next fall.
Chatting with Tone Deaf, the axeman commented, "We're pretty much off work until we go down to Japan and Australia in November, got a couple months off with a few shows left so we're pretty much at home working on the new record until next fall when we put it out and start touring again. It's good to be home as we've been gone pretty much all year."
During the rest of the interview, Corey named some of the bands he's into the most at the moment, saying, "We were listening to a lot of Rainbow, Deep Purple, Iron Maiden, Priest you know all of the old classic heavy metal stuff. Also some of the newer stuff, I was really into the new Winery Dogs album and also I really like Black Country Communion.
"But I've gotta say, the new Slash record ['World on Fire'] is f--king awesome [laughs]. I got the record sent to me a few days ago and I was like, 'Holy crap, this record has 17 songs - Jesus' and I just put it on and let it play while I was hanging 'round the house. There's not many bands that can write 17 songs on a record and not one of them is bad. Every song is awesome."
The band's latest studio effort, David Draiman-produced "Vengeance Falls," saw its release in October 2013 via Roadrunner.