TRIVIUM: 'Dying In Your Arms' Video Posted Online

TRIVIUM's video for the track "Dying in Your Arms" has been posted online at The clip was shot on December 13, 2005 with director Dale Resteghini (MUDVAYNE, HATEBREED, FALL OUT BOY) during a day off from the band's U.S. tour with CHILDREN OF BODOM.

TRIVIUM's acclaimed "Ascendancy" CD will be receiving a re-release in the U.S. on May 9 in a special-edition package similar to the album's recent U.K. re-release, but with even more extras, videos and goodies.

The U.K. version of TRIVIUM's "Ascendancy - Special Edition" CD/DVD package, which was released on February 27, came in an embossed slipcase featuring new artwork and included a previously unreleased studio track plus a bonus DVD. The DVD featured four promo videos, including the previously unseen "Rain", plus five live tracks recorded in the U.K. in September 2005. More information is available at this location.

"Ascendancy" was recently certified silver in the U.K. for sales in excess of 60,000 copies.


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