TRIVIUM Frontman: We Gotta Take The Time To Make Our Greatest Album Ever

November 25, 2007

TRIVIUM guitarist/vocalist Matt Heafy has issued the following update:

"Matt here in Birmingham, UK. First day off The Black Crusade. UK/Euro leg of the tour has been completely unreal... if you haven't had a chance yet check some pictures out of how the tour has been going.

"The amount of killer friends showing up to all the shows is first of all, mindblowing... then, there's our fuckinjungle-gym-playhouse-for-metalkids-of-a-stage! It's the very stage all of us have always dreamed of- and i tell ya- it's a blast.

"So it seems like everyone's having a great time! All four of us band dudes and all the people rockin' in the crowds always have bigggg ass grins on their faces before, during, and after the show... this is just one big -party; and we're lovin it.

"SHADOWS FALL is fuckin rockin' out; ARCH ENEMY shredding the shit out of people; DRAGONFORCE... is... wellll.... holy shit, right?; and of course MACHINE HEAD!!! MACHINE FUCKING HEAD, enough said.

"So if you have an opportunity to come out to any of the shows, and for some reason aren't — you're crazy!! Come on out and have some fun with us.

"This tour is a complete dream come true and we are so happy and thankful for everything that is going on.

"Once this tour is over it's gonna be a very long while 'till we play any shows (unfortunately!); however, we gotta take the time to go and make the greatest TRIVIUM album ever (we have demoed lotsa tracks and so far... it's already, in demo form, shaping up to be the best material we have ever created.

"So 'till whenever I can see ya'll again (whether a show, hanging at a video game store, or whatever it may be)... take care!"

Watch fan-filmed video footage of TRIVIUM performing the song "The Deceived" on November 23, 2007 at the NEC in Birmingham, UK:

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