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Posted on Feb 07, 2014 03:46 pm
Trivium guitarist Corey Beaulieu has been speaking with Metal Hammer about working with producer David Draiman.
As the guitarist notes, the band would consider brining back the Disturbed mainman to produce their next album, provided that their schedules matched:
"Possibly. I'm sure that by the time we do another record, Disturbed will be back, so who knows. He's a busy guy, so it's all up in the air. You always have it in mind that you have a really good experience recording with somebody and it'd be great to record with them again, but when it comes down to doing a record, they're doing another project or recording with somebody else, and you can't wait. It all just depends on that."
Beaulieu also noted that the band had learned a lot from the producer during the recording of "Vengeance Falls:"
"He is a great dude, no matter if we work with him or not on the next record. We definitely learned a lot from him during the 'Vengeance Falls' process that we'll be able to move forward and apply it to the next record. He'll always be there in spirit, and he's always part of our Trivium family."