Trivium - The Crusade

7.3 | 447 votes |
Release date: 10 October 2006
Style: Alternative thrash metal


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01. Ignition
02. Detonation
03. Entrance Of The Conflagration
04. Anthem (We Are The Fire)
05. Unrepentant
06. And Sadness Will Sear
07. Becoming The Dragon
08. To The Rats
09. This World Can't Tear Us Apart
10. Tread The Floods
11. Contempt Breeds Contamination
12. The Rising
13. The Crusade

Additional info
Thrash Metal
2006 - Roadrunner - USA

Matt Heafy - Vocals, Lead/Rhythm Guitar
Corey Beaulieu - Lead/Rhythm Guitar, Backing Vocals
Paolo Gregoletto - Bass, Backing Vocals
Travis Smith - Drums

Staff review by
Trivium baffles me. As much as I thought their original style was not particularly interesting to begin with, it is extremely strange for any band to simply throw their old sound out of the window in favor of something else. Yes, this is very strange indeed and yet this is precisely what the guys from Trivium did. To make matters even more complicated, the new Trivium sound is basically old-school thrash (with some heavy metal elements here and there), rooted especially firmly in bands such as Metallica and Testament. The hero worship here is at such a level that we are almost dealing with a tribute album. How does all of this pay off quality wise?

published 11.12.2006 | Comments (56)

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