The Latest Trivium News, Video, Interviews and Features

Features 20 classic albums that are 10 years old in 2021

Take a step back in time to the world of rock and metal in 2011

Features The 50 greatest albums of 2020

The only countdown that matters: Kerrang!’s 50 greatest albums of 2020.

Features 20 rock and metal songs to welcome in winter

From Woods Of Ypres to Weezer, we present the perfect soundtrack for the darkest evenings of the year…

Features Matt Heafy: "Rock should be made by the people in the band, not by ghostwriters or teams of songwriters"

Trivium mainman Matt Heafy on his childhood, hazing, Ascendancy, the eventual success of risk-taking and much, much more

The News Trivium Announce 2021 European Tour With Heaven Shall Burn, TesseracT And Fit For An Autopsy

Trivium, Heaven Shall Burn, TesseracT and Fit For An Autopsy will be hitting Europe next winter.

Features The inside story of Roadrunner United: “The super-est of all supergroups”

Joey Jordison, Robb Flynn, Matt Heafy and Dino Cazares explain how 2005’s unprecedented The All-Star Sessions was born.

The News Trivium Announce The Deepest Cuts II Livestream Event

Round two of Trivium’s awesome The Deepest Cuts livestream is coming…

The News Watch Trivium's Matt Heafy Surprise Viral UPS Driver Hector Velasco With Gifted Guitar

Matt Heafy presented viral UPS driver (and Trivium fan) Hector Velasco with a Gibson Les Paul guitar.

Features The 20 greatest Trivium songs – ranked

From Ember To Inferno to What The Dead Men Say, we rank Trivium’s sharpest cuts…

The News Watch Trivium Cover Power Trip In Tribute To Riley Gale

Trivium pay their respects to Riley Gale with a crushing cover of Power Trip’s Executioner’s Tax (Swing Of The Axe).

The News Trivium Announce Free The Deepest Cuts Livestream Performance

Trivium will be performing songs that fans may never have heard live before for their Deepest Cuts livestream.

Features Why High-End Livestreams Are Here To Stay

Livestreaming is no longer a novelty – it’s more vital and valuable than ever