11 Songs, 43 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Trivium’s seventh album is packed with references to the cold, but the band's all-out assault could melt the harshest winter. Matt Heafy is a howling madman on nearly every song—but not so mad that his operatic leads aren't acutely dialed in. On the title track and "Rise Above the Tides," his muscular, melodic vocals leave lots of room for guitarist Corey Beaulieu's searing shredfest—easily an equal star in this intense, maniacal, gorgeously theatrical gallop across a frostbitten plain.

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics. Apple Digital Master

EDITORS’ NOTES

Trivium’s seventh album is packed with references to the cold, but the band's all-out assault could melt the harshest winter. Matt Heafy is a howling madman on nearly every song—but not so mad that his operatic leads aren't acutely dialed in. On the title track and "Rise Above the Tides," his muscular, melodic vocals leave lots of room for guitarist Corey Beaulieu's searing shredfest—easily an equal star in this intense, maniacal, gorgeously theatrical gallop across a frostbitten plain.

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics. Mastered for iTunes
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Ratings and Reviews

4.0 out of 5
20 Ratings

20 Ratings

Zach attack22 ,

My Opinion.

I really am a fan of Trivium, one of my favorite metal bands. But this album can't even compare to shogun or ascendancy. Still a decent album.

Castlefreak1 ,

6th album

How is it there 7th studio album these is there 6th album? Either way it's not bad but wish it was heavier....

Tmbldwnnnnnnn ,

Finally! NO MORE SCREAMING!

This is the best album Trivium has ever put out.

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