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Massive Metal Monday: Trivium “Down From The Sky”
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Metal giants Trivium are teasing something big right now on their website. Their homepage is whited out with an image of snow that can be temporarily “dug” away with mouse clicks before frosting over again, revealing a very badass looking skull. The title of the page also contains the word “snow.” Additionally there is a clock on the page counting down to 7:00AM Eastern time this Thursday morning. Many fans are speculating that it will be an announcement regarding the band’s seventh album, the highly anticipated follow up to 2013’s Vengeance Falls. Rumor has it that the record is to be titled Silence In The Snow.

Be sure to stay tuned right here at GoD for updates and in the meantime, enjoy one of Trivium’s classic anthems. This is “Down From the Sky” from the high watermark of the band’s career thus far, their awe-inspiring fourth album Shogun.

Trivium are already gearing up for a late summer/fall tour. Be sure to check them out at the following dates and times:

Trivium on tour 2015
Aug 07 Bloodstock 2015 Derbyshire, United Kingdom
Aug 08 Alcatraz Festival Kortrijk, Belgium
Aug 09 L’ATELIER Luxembourg Ville, Luxembourg
Aug 10 Z7 KONZERTFABRIK Pratteln, Switzerland
Aug 12 Festival di Majano Majano, Italy
Aug 13 Szene Wien Vienna, Austria
Aug 14 Summer Breeze Festival 2015 Dinkelsbuhl, Germany
Aug 16 Motocultor Festival Séné, France
Sep 09 Culture Room Fort Lauderdale, FL
Sep 11 House of Blues Orlando, FL
Sep 12 The Ritz Ybor Tampa, FL
Sep 13 The Masquerade Atlanta, GA
Sep 15 Ziggy’s Winston Salem, NC
Sep 16 Ziggy’s By The Sea Wilmington, NC
Sep 18 The Webster Hartford, CT
Sep 19 Hampton Beach Casino Ballroom Hampton, NH
Sep 20 The Emporium Patchogue, NY
Sep 22 Phoenix Concert Theatre Toronto, Canada
Sep 23 Starland Ballroom Sayreville, NJ
Sep 25 Baltimore Sound Stage Baltimore, MD
Sep 26 Agora Theatre Cleveland, OH
Sep 28 The Crofoot Pontiac, MI
Sep 29 Concord Music Hall Chicago, IL
Sep 30 Mill City Nights Minneapolis, MN
Oct 02 The Sandlot Entertainment Complex Green Bay, WI
Oct 04 Pops Nightclub Sauget, IL
Oct 06 Bomb Factory Dallas, TX
Oct 07 Warehouse Live Houston, TX
Oct 08 Alamo City Music Hall San Antonio, TX
Oct 10 Club Red Mesa, AZ
Oct 11 Hard Rock Live Las Vegas, NV
Oct 14 The Regency Ballroom San Francisco, CA
Oct 15 Knitting Factory Concert House Reno, NV
Oct 17 Studio Seven Seattle, WA
Oct 18 Knitting Factory Concert House Spokane, WA
Oct 20 The Summit Music Hall Denver, CO
Oct 24 KNOTFEST San Bernardino, CA

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When I was growing up in rural Indiana in the early ’80s, there was very limited access to heavy music. These were the days before MTV blew up with the whole hair metal, Headbangers Ball phenomenon. But on Sunday nights, there was a two-hour radio show that came from WOXY, just across the state line in Oxford, Ohio (home of Miami University of Ohio). It was called Massive Metal for the Masses, and I would wait all week for it to air. It was through this show that I was introduced to bands like Venom, Bathory, WASP, Michael Schenker Group, Slayer, and countless others. This Monday weekly column is my tip of the hat to that show. I call it Massive Metal Monday. Every week, I will pay tribute to defining moments by the artists that laid the groundwork for heavy metal to become the worldwide cultural bond for all of us metal heads.

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