Roadrunner recording group Trivium has announced details of a winter headline trek which will see the band performing their first shows of 2016 in support of their acclaimed new LP “SILENCE IN THE SNOW.” The new dates are set to get underway January 8th at Charleston, South Carolina’s Music Farm with additional dates to be announced shortly (see attached itinerary). Tickets for all dates will go on sale Friday, December 4th. For complete tour information, please visit www.trivium.org/tourdates.
Long known as one of modern metal’s most potent live acts, Trivium are also set to take the stage at a myriad of international hard rock and metal festivals this summer. Dates include appearances at Columbus, Ohio’s Rock On The Range, Mendig, Germany’s Rock AM Ring, Nuremberg, Germany’s Rock im Park, Paris France’s Download Festival and many more – for complete dates and ticket information, please visit www.trivium.org/tourdates.
Produced by Michael “Elvis” Baskette (Slash, Alter Bridge, The Amity Affliction) and mixed by Josh Wilbur (Gojira, Lamb of God), Trivium’s seventh studio album, “SILENCE IN THE SNOW” stands as a long gestating creative milestone for the acclaimed band. The collection had its genesis moment back in 2007 and was directly influenced by the time Trivium spent touring alongside the legendary Heaven & Hell that year. Ultimately, it would take eight years before they felt equipped to tackle the challenging work of weaving their classic influences into a modern record. Fueled by the inspiration of true classic metal – spanning Black Sabbath and Rainbow, Iron Maiden and Judas Priest, Pantera and Slayer, Megadeth and Metallica – Trivium challenged themselves to attain similar levels of greatness, taking on vocal coaches and guitar lessons to further their creative evolution. The result is extraordinary, bridging the history of hard rock and metal while simultaneously powering it forward into the future on tracks like the epic “Blind Leading The Blind” and “Until The World Goes Cold.”