Full Metal Jackie of Altitude TV conducted an interview with guitarist/vocalist Matt Heafy of Florida metallers TRIVIUM at this year's Rockstar Energy Drink Mayhem Festival. Watch the three-minute chat below.The second round of dates for TRIVIUM's fall headline tour, dubbed "Into the Mouth of Hell We Tour", have been announced, as have the support acts. The entire tour spans 65 dates and the second leg also features CHIMAIRA, WHITECHAPEL and DIRGE WITHIN. This will be the band's final tour for the "Shogun" album cycle, as TRIVIUM will retreat from the road and work on new material for their next album after this tour ends. TRIVIUM have come up with the ultimate souvenir to make their live show something that fans can enjoy forever! At participating venues on this headlining tour, every ticket purchaser will receive a unique code that will be redeemable for a full digital soundboard recording of that night's TRIVIUM set. Check back to Trivium.org for updates.
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