TRIVIUM: Moscow Photos Available

The MetalList webzine has uploaded quality photos of TRIVIUM's November 30, 2008 concert at the Tochka club in Moscow, Russia.

The group's setlist was as follows:

01. Intro
02. Kirisute Gomen
03. Becoming The Dragon
04. Insurrection
05. Light Like To The Flies
06. Pillars And Serpents
07. Gunshot To The Head Of Trepidation
08. In The Mouth Of Hell
09. Ember To Inferno
10. Throes Of Perdition
11. Cover Medley 1:
* Symphony Of Destruction (MEGADETH) /
* Du Hast (RAMMSTEIN) /
* Smells Like Teen Spirit (NIRVANA) /
* Iron Maiden (IRON MAIDEN) /
* For Whom The Bell Tolls (METALLICA)
12. Down From The Sky
13. Cover Medley 2:
* Hells Bells (AC/DC)/
* Walk (PANTERA) /
* Sweet Home Alabama (LYNYRD SKYNYRD)
14. Rain
15. Pull Harder On The String Of Your Martyr
16. Outro - One Winged Angel

"Shogun", the new album from TRIVIUM, has sold 49,000 copies in the United States since its late September release, according to Nielsen SoundScan. The CD follows up "The Crusade", which opened with 31,000 copies in October 2006 to land at No. 25.

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"Shogun" was released in North America on September 30 via Roadrunner Records. The CD was mixed in London by Colin Richardson (SLIPKNOT, MACHINE HEAD, FEAR FACTORY, BULLET FOR MY VALENTINE, NAPALM DEATH), with Jeff Rose and Martin "Ginge" Ford assisting on engineering duties.

For "Shogun", TRIVIUM chose not to record in the familiar environs of their home state of Florida. Instead the band headed to Nashville, Tennessee to work with producer Nick Raskulinecz (RUSH, FOO FIGHTERS, STONE SOUR). The result is a monolithic album that crystallizes the band's sound and showcases TRIVIUM's finest elements. Vocalist/guitarist Matt Heafy is thrilled with the album, saying, "We made a cohesive, epic metal album that combines all of the ingredients of everything we feel we have ever done 'right' musically, while adding a new direction that the music called for. We had so much fun creating this album and hope our fans feel that energy when they listen."


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