Trivium released their eighth full-length studio album, The Sin and the Sentence, on October 20th, and the latest single to be released is the absolute pulse-pounding shredder “Thrown Into the Fire.”
Thank god Trivium decided not to work with Disturbed’s David Draiman again. Whether by circumstance or choice, the decision, based on this one track alone, appears to have been a wise one. No longer do they sound like a Disturbed clone, but once again like their very own Trivium selves. And that, my friends, is a good thing.
Check out “Thrown Into the Fire” and let us know what you think!
Recorded with producer Josh Wilbur (Lamb of God, Gojira) at Santa Ana, California’s Hybrid Studios, The Sin and the Sentence is also the Trivium album to feature new drummer, Bent, who joined the band last year.
Trivium is also set to hit the road in North America later this month, embarking on a co-headline tour with Arch Enemy, with support from While She Sleeps and Fit for an Autopsy. The tour kicks off tonight, October 27th, in Orlando, Florida, and make its way across the U.S. and Canada before finishing on December 6th, in Houston, Texas
The Sin and the Sentence Track Listing:
01. The Sin And The Sentence
02. Beyond Oblivion
03. Other Worlds
04. The Heart From Your Hate
06. The Wretchedness Inside
07. Endless Night
08. Sever The Hand
09. Beauty In The Sorrow
10. The Revanchist
11. Thrown Into The Fire
Rock Hard \m/