Ember to inferno

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At long last their debut album has been made available once again. And ‘Ember To Inferno’ by Orlando, Florida’s Matt Heafy checks all the right boxes. They recorded the album with the help of Jason Suecof, at his Audio Hammer Studios, then had it mixed there and also at the legendary Morrisound in Tampa, Florida. This album is noticeably more influenced by metalcore than their more recent efforts, and showcases the versatility of their guitar work, their love of thrash metal and their unique compositions.

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Item no. 345162
Musical Genre Heavy Metal
Exclusive No
Media - Format 1-3 CD
Edition Re-Release
Product topic Bands
Band Trivium
Product type CD
Release date 12/2/16
Gender Unisex

CD 1

  • 1.
    Inception the bleeding skies
  • 2.
    Pillars of serpents
  • 3.
    If I could collapse the masses
  • 4.
    Fugue (A revelation)
  • 5.
    Requiem
  • 6.
    Ember to inferno
  • 7.
    Ashes
  • 8.
    To burn the eye
  • 9.
    Falling to grey
  • 10.
    My hatred
  • 11.
    When all light dies
  • 12.
    A view of burning empires

by Markus Eck (03/10) A new, high remunerated three piece band from Florida - Trivium. Their both raw sounding but well structured sound is composed of ì elements of Swedish melodic death metal, old school heavy and power metal as ì well as emotional metal core plus some slight new metal ingredients resulting in ì a highly explosive mixture. That sounds a bit as if In Flames, Shadows Fall, ì Arch Enemy, At The Gates and Megadeth would have a creative get-together. And ì although Trivium serve many genres, the result is a creation of it's own - and a good one too! The music pulses with a heavy heart beat and can definitely stand on its own. Edgy, rhythmically sharp and always precise drumming as well as wild riffing are but two Trumps by these inspired innovators. Also vocally, this trio has it's strengths: powerful roaring may dominate but often goes together with clear, harmonic vocal parts. Excellent! (Markus Eck - 03/10)