TRIVIUM: Video Footage From Bassist's METAL MILITIA Band Available

An EPK (Electronic Press Kit) from METAL MILITIA, the now-defunct Ft. Lauderdale, Florida-based band which featured in its ranks current TRIVIUM bassist Paolo Gregoletto on bass and vocals, has been posted on YouTube. Watch the clip below.

Formed in 1999, METAL MILITIA was catapulted onto the national music scene in 2003 with its debut CD, "Perpetual State of Aggression". Performances on nationally known festivals followed, including Locobazooka! where METAL MILITIA was selected to perform as a "future star" with 15,000 people in attendance playing alongside national recording artists STAIND, SEVENDUST, ILL NINO, LACUNA COIL and SMILE EMPTY SOUL, just to name a few.

For more information on METAL MILITIA, including audio samples of the "Perpetual State of Aggression" CD, click link text" target="_blank">here.

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