Trivium review

Trivium review

The Trivium gig sounds like it was great, just seen this post on

Liked a few Bloodsimple songs, God Forbid were immense but Trivium damn well ruled, they had power and alot of control.

Best moments -

The Shredathon they had Playing Master of Puppets (even tho the singer was bull crap cos he was from the crowd) Seek & Destroy The little piss about they had at the end, playing (among other things) Sweet Home Alabama, Lose Yourself, The Trooper, a coupla Queen songs...

The most amazing part of that gig however was their dedication to Dimebag Darrell (god rest his metal infused soul) followed by a coupla Pantera bits...

⬅️ :: Heard any rumours about Jimi Hendrix playing anywhere else in the area? ➡️
Thu Mar 23 2006

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