Trivium – What the Dead Men Say Album Review

What’s up guys! Time for one of my biggest reviews of 2020.

As I’ve talked about here and here and here and demonstrated here and here, Trivium’s music has been a big part of my time for a long time.

After what I’ve deemed a “latter career revitalization” with 2017’s excellent The Sin and the Sentence, I was curious to see if the band could continue the momentum with this one.

As it turns out, I’ve taken quite an unpopular position on this record, which is always fun! Check out the full review here:

 

Trivium: Top 10 Deep Cuts!

What’s up guys! Ahead of the release of Trivium’s ninth album What the Dead Men Say next Friday, I decided to dive headfirst into the Trivium catalogue for another “Deep Cuts” video.

I did this with Slipknot and then Avenged Sevenfold and had an absolute blast both times, so I figured why not with Trivium too? But since Trivium have been so good to their fans in terms of keeping their live setlists interesting and always playing under-appreciated songs, I had to switch up the criteria this time for what exactly a “deep cut” is, which will likely spark some lively debate in and of itself.

But I’m super proud of this list I’ve put together – it runs the gamut of the band’s near 20-year career and serves as a great warmup for my forthcoming What the Dead Men Say review. Check out the full video below: