Trivium - Ember To Inferno

6.9 | 265 votes |
Release date: April 2003
Style: Metalcore, Alternative thrash metal


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01. Inception, The Bleeding Skies
02. Pillars Of Serpents
03. If I Could Collapse The Masses
04. Fugue (A Revelation)
05. Requiem
06. Ember To Inferno
07. Ashes
08. To Burn The Eye
09. Falling To Grey
10. My Hatred
11. When All Light Dies
12. A View Of Burning Empires
13. Blinding Tears Will Break The Skies [bonus]
14. The Deceived [demo] [bonus]
15. Demon [bonus]

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Ok, not considering the short low-quality EP Trivium put out, Ember to Inferno would be their first studio full-length album. Well, for starters Trivium can be categorized in a thrash/metalcore branch with typical growling/screaming vocals for this album. The band introduces itself with an atmospheric instrumental and kick off more or less what they'll be doing for the rest of the album with "Pillars of Serpents" and I must say they do a decent job of it. The first thing to strike me is the POWER. Matt Heafy's vocals, the riffs and drum beats rife with double-bass gives a very powerful sound and each element complements the other which is a rarity these days. That, accompanied with timely intervals of clean singing and melodic solos, makes each song worth listening to a few times.

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17.04.2017 - 03:12
Hum... Why is the rating for Ember To Inferno so low?

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