Guitarist/vocalist Matt Heafy and bassist Paolo Gregoletto of Florida metallers TRIVIUM joined Simon on the Kerrang! video podcast to talk about the band's recent U.K. tour and TRIVIUM's upcoming fifth studio album. Watch the chat below.Inspired by the God Of War series, TRIVIUM's new song, "Shattering the Skies Above", appears on the extended play (EP) soundtrack for the PlayStation3 (PS3) videogame "God of War III". The EP, titled "God of War: Blood & Metal", was made available on March 2 via Roadrunner as part of the "God of War III Ultimate Edition", and features five exclusive unreleased songs from Roadrunner artists, including KILLSWITCH ENGAGE, DREAM THEATER, OPETH and TAKING DAWN. "Shattering the Skies Above" features TRIVIUM's signature aggression and intricate guitar work and it marks the recording debut of new drummer Nick Augusto's blistering beats.
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