Trivium released their seventh, and currently most recent album, Silence In The Snow on October 2, 2015. This was actually the first Trivium album to ever reach the Top 10 on any chart, which is very exciting for them. It reached number three on the Top Rock album chart and the Top Hard Rock album charts here in the US. It also reached number 7 in Australia and number 8 in Canada!
The title track, and first single for this album, "Silence In The Snow" came out on July 30, 2015, and honestly its pretty badass! It seems to be about fighting for your rights and against the wrong do'ers, which is something wonderful in and of itself. Plus, its done beautifully both in instrumentals and lyrics. There's just something very powerful about it, and that's something we absolutely love. Also wanted to throw it out there that the music video for it is incredibly artistic, and you can tell they really put a lot of thought into it. It even ties into the song, which is fairly rare as far as music videos go. If you haven't seen it, go watch it.
Aside from that track, however, there wasn't a ton we wanted to point out. Its all very good, and all feels like it has an underlying meaning of life and its struggles. Wanting to give up, but knowing there's better out there so you keep going. It talks about up's and down's through out the album and they do it in a creative way that stayed true to Trivium's classic sound all at once.
Definitely go check out Trivium's Silence In The Snow album, along with the rest of their discography. You can get it wherever music is sold.
If you're interested, head on over to Trivium's official website to check out a full list of tour dates coming up. Starting on March 20, they will be performing all around the UK with Heart of a Coward and As Lions. They then have dates in Japan, and Australia before coming back to the US to play festivals such as Earth Day Birthday, Welcome To Rockville, Fort Rock, Carolina Rebellion, Northern Invasion, Rock On The Range and Rock N' Derby, and tour with Sevendust and Like A Storm.
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