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Slave New World - Trivium - In Waves (CD, Album)

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  1. Aug 03,  · Editors' Notes Trivium's fifth album is a no-holds-barred sensory assault predicated on thrashing riffage and oscillating metalcore vocals. For the former, look no further than their guitar onslaughts: "Dusk Dismantled" rides a doomy death-metal gallop, while the title track fluctuates between periods of concrete-hammering riffs and echoes of '90s psychedelic metal.
  2. TRIVIUM lyrics - "In Waves" () album, including "Slave New World", "Shattering The Skies Above", "Drowning In Slow Motion" SUBMIT LYRICS LINKS METAL LYRICS - CURRENTLY 13 + ALBUMS FROM + BANDS.
  3. Aug 09,  · Listen to your favorite songs from In Waves (Special Edition) by Trivium Now. Stream ad-free with Amazon Music Unlimited on mobile, desktop, and tablet. Download our mobile app now.
  4. CD Leaving This World Behind: CD Shattering The Skies Above (Bonus Track) Producer – Trivium Producer, Mixed By – Mark Lewis (15) CD Slave New World (Bonus Track) Producer – Trivium Producer, Mixed By – Mark Lewis (15) Written-By – Evan Seinfeld, Sepultura: - DVD In Waves Live From Chapman Studios: DVD /5(51).
  5. Aug 03,  · Editors' Notes Trivium's fifth album is a no-holds-barred sensory assault predicated on thrashing riffage and oscillating metalcore vocals. For the former, look no further than Trivium's guitar onslaughts: "Dusk Dismantled" rides a doomy death-metal gallop, while the title track fluctuates between periods of concrete-hammering riffs and echoes of '90s psychedelic metal.
  6. In Waves [CD/DVD] Album Trivium. About In Waves [CD/DVD] In Waves is the fifth studio album by American heavy metal band Trivium, released worldwide on various dates August 2, and August 9, through Roadrunner Records. Slave New World [*] Share your thoughts about the In Waves [CD/DVD] album with the community.
  7. In Waves is the fifth studio album by American heavy metal band Trivium. It was released worldwide on various dates August 2, and August 9, through Roadrunner Records and was produced by Colin Richardson and Martyn "Ginge" Ford.
  8. Of the three albums I had from them, I enjoyed Ascendancy and Shogun equally. The Crusade wasn't too bad, it just didn't blow me away. When this album was announced, I was excited and I pre-ordered to guarantee a copy. This album is amazing, from the beginning song "Capsizing the Sea" (which is an instrumental) to the finale "Slave New World.".

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