Trivium?
TreyDeschamp
Apr 10 2009, 02:35 PM
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So I recently just started listening to Trivium and have been inspired by their playing. It seems to me like they vary. They can be really mellow and melodic or all out balls to the wall metal. What do you guys think and can you suggest songs because I dont really know of many.

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Apr 10 2009, 02:41 PM
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From the first record Ember to Inferno:

-Ember to Inferno
-Fugue
-Requiem

From the second record Ascendancy:

-Gunshot to the Head of trepidation
-Pull Harder on the strings of your martyr
-Like Light to Flies
-Dying in Your Arms

From the third record the Crusade:

-Entrance to Conflagration
-Anthem (We are the fire)
-To the Rats

From the fourth record Shogun:

-Down From the Sky
-Into the mouth of Hell We March
-The Calamity
-Throes of Perdition

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Apr 10 2009, 03:49 PM
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-Gunshot to the Head of trepidation
-Pull Harder on the strings of your martyr

two of my favorites. I actually just saw them not too long ago.. they live in my town biggrin.gif

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The Uncreator
Apr 10 2009, 09:24 PM
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Honestly I love all there albums, I have been listening to them since they released Ember To Inferno (They are from my area smile.gif ). Ascendancy is a great album, The Crusade is a fantastic album, and Shogun is just unbelievable in every way. There isnt a bad song on it, There really isnt a bad song on any album, Some that aren't as strong as others, But all of them I still like though.

But thats just me, Im probably biased when it comes to Trivium cool.gif

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Apr 10 2009, 09:29 PM
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From the fourth record Shogun:

-Down From the Sky
-Into the mouth of Hell We March
-The Calamity
-Throes of Perdition

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kirisute gomen from shogun
master of puppets cover smile.gif

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The Uncreator
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Nothing beats Shogun itself, The song is pure perfection, The riffs flow seemlessly and the solos are great, Lyrics are amazing, everything about it is just awesome.

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Apr 11 2009, 05:37 PM
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Shogun blows me away every time i listen to it, a famtatsic album. I have't listened to ember much still, but loved ascendancy, the crusade was okay...didnt do anything wrong but just didnt do anything special for me.
But Shogun- wow, i really didn't think they were capable of it which made the shock of the first listening even greater hehe- my favourites from each album would be:

Ascendancy:
Pull harder
Acendancy
Drowned and torn asunder
Gunshot to the head of trepidation
(ill stop there otherwise ill name 3/4s of the album tongue.gif)

Crusade:
Detonation
Becoming the dragon

Shogun:
All of it (i wouldnt ever leave any track out when listening to this album)
Try and get the special edition with the DVD too, they show you a few riffs which is cool

But make sure you give shogun a listen- and it makes a challening jam session too wink.gif

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I dont listen to them much but i really like the song Pull harder on the strings of your martyr

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Favorite songs on each album: Ember to Inferno - Requiem, Ascendancy - Suffocating Sight, Crusade - Tread the Floods (amazing solo), Shogun - Shogun (The Uncreator was right about this one...)

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