Trivium has announced the release of their eagerly awaited new album, Vengeance Falls, which follows 2011’s chart-topping blockbuster, In Waves, and arrives in stores and at all digital retailers on October 15th.
“‘Vengeance Falls’ is the culmination of everything we’ve gone through; the representation of struggle endured from within and experienced from the world. Every failure and every success has led us to this moment. Vengeance Falls is this moment in time…” said Trivium vocalist and guitarist Matt Heafy.
Long hailed as one of modern metal’s most powerful live acts, Trivium will hit the road hard in support of Vengeance Falls, kicking off with a North American co-headline tour alongside DevilDriver. The dates get underway Thursday, September 12th at Boise, Idaho’s Knitting Factory and then continue through mid-October (see attached itinerary). In the meantime, the Orlando, Florida-based band will spend the remainder of summer lighting up Europe, including upper-bill appearances at such hard rock festivals as Germany’s Wacken, Bucharest, Romania’s Rock The City 2013, Spain’s Resurrection Fest, Sweden’s Getaway Rock Festival, Czech Republic’s Brutal Assault, and Germany’s X Rockfest – for complete tour information, please visit www.trivium.org/tourdates.
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