American heavy metal bad Trivium will release their new album Silence In The Snow on the 2nd of October via Roadrunner Records. Blind Leading The Blind was already released as an audio stream, but now the guys have put out an official music video for the track.
Silence In The Snow was produced by the renowned Micheal ‘Elvis’ Baskette (Alter Bridge, Escape The Fate, A Change Of Pace, Bless The Fall), with mixing from Josh Wilbur (Lamb Of God, Gojira, Hatebreed, Tenacious D), and will be the first album to contain drums by Mat Madiro, who joined Trivium in May 2014 after the departure of Nick Augusto from the band.
Silence In The Snow track listing:
02. Silence In The Snow
03. Blind Leading The Blind
04. Dead And Gone
05. The Ghost That’s Haunting You
06. Pull Me From The Void
07. Until The World Goes Cold
08. Rise Above The Tides
09. The Thing That’s Killing Me
10. Beneath The Sun
11. Breathe In The Flames
Trivium are on the road in Europe through August for the festival season before returning to the United States to embark on the HardDrive Live Tour as co-headliners with the Tremonti band. The tour begins on September the 9th and runs right on through to the end of October, spanning at least 33 cities across the US and Canada and finishing up in San Bernardion, California to play KnotFest. Tickets are available NOW via ticket master. Or visit the bands websites for more details: trivium.org and marktremonti.com.
A music video for Silence in the Snow was recently released. Matt Heafy explained the origins of the track and the lack of screaming vocals on the track. – “Hey pals! I’m so stoked this is out! For those of you wondering – this song was written for Shogun, and is basically almost the same as it was, so Shogun fans rejoice; didn’t like Shogun? You may not dig this. ” Matt also commented on the vocals stating – “Screaming is easy. Singing is hard. I’ve always been a fan of what’s harder. If you love the old stuff – listen to the old stuff, it’s still there and we still play it live. – We always want to evolve and make what we want to make. You can’t say many other bands can say that. They do what they think people want or are told to; we do what we want every time. And we love our Trivium Supporters worldwide.”