TRIVIUM: 'Becoming The Dragon' Video Available

TRIVIUM's video for the track "Becoming the Dragon", directed by Ramon Boutviseth and produced by Ramon Boutviseth and TRIVIUM, will premiere on MTV2's "Headbanger's Ball" on October 13. The clip is now available for viewing below (courtesy of the Headbanger's Blog).

TRIVIUM is preparing for the Black Crusade shows in Australia with stops through Japan for Loudpark 07 and a few shows with HEAVEN AND HELL, as well their own headline show in Osaka.

In a recent interview with Australia's The Metal Forge, TRIVIUM frontman Matt Heafy stated about the group current recording plans, "We're gonna start [writing the next album] real soon. We've got a shitload of songs written already, and we're gonna demo them in September and record them in January through June or July or some shit. I guess half of next year or something. We'll get it out probably third quarter, if not fourth quarter of next year."

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