The new Trivium album will be called "Vengeance Falls," according to a new interview with producer David Draiman in Thrash Hits.
So how did Draiman come to work with Trivium in the first place?
According to Draiman, it's something they had been planning for years. "We had more and more conversations over the course of time," he told Loudwire, explaining that the process started slow but began to ramp up in Jaunary this year. "It was basically two weeks of intense pre-production - 11 a.m. to 11 p.m., six days a week - then about a month or so of tracking. Once we had finalized everything, we executed it rather quickly but there was a lot of work and prep involved. These guys learned a lot and grew a lot and has made a record that is going to be a defining moment in their career."
Apparently it was a partnership made in metal heaven, because Trivium are extremely happy with Draiman's results.
"He was the most hands-on producer we've ever worked with. And we've worked with some amazing people," said frontman Matt Heafy in an interview with Roadrunner. "He helped me gain another four to six notes in my upper vocal range, which is something I never thought was possible ... He helped with every instrument, every song, helping create melodies - his ability to create melody is one of the most staggering things I've ever seen."