"Throes Of Perdition", the new video from Florida metallers TRIVIUM, will receive its online premiere this coming Tuesday, January 27 on MySpace. The song comes off the band's latest album, "Shogun", which has sold more than 60,000 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.
"Shogun" was released in North America on September 30, 2008 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.
Sweden's Metal-TV.com conducted an interview with TRIVIUM bassist Paolo Gregoletto and guitarist/vocalist Matt Heafy in November 2008 when the band toured Europe with SLAYER, MASTODON and AMON AMARTH. Watch the four-minute chat below.
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