TRIVIUM Crowned YAHOO! MUSIC's 'Who's Next?' Contest Winner

The awards and accolades keep coming in for TRIVIUM, who have just been named Yahoo! Music's "Who's Next?" winner for the month of December. Accumulating 37% of the votes, TRIVIUM have won an exclusive performance and interview that will available at for the month of December. The band will be stopping by Yahoo!'s L.A. studios on November 28 to perform two songs from "Ascendancy", along with taping an interview. "This is absolutely amazing," says TRIVIUM frontman Matt Heafy. "Never in our wildest dreams did we think we would win this thing. We are honored and humbled by it."

On December 13, TRIVIUM will use their day off from the CHILDREN OF BODOM tour to film a video for "Dying in Your Arms", which will be directed by Dale Resteghini (MUDVAYNE, HATEBREED, FALL OUT BOY) at New York City's Webster Hall. On December 15, a day after their final, sold-out show with CHILDREN OF BODOM at Irving Plaza, members of TRIVIUM will perform at Roadrunner Records' 25th anniversary concert taking place at the Nokia Theater in Times Square. Tickets are on sale at all Ticketmaster locations. In February the band will once again be touring the states, this time with IN FLAMES and labelmates DEVILDRIVER.

TRIVIUM, Decibel magazine's cover subject for the month of December, is currently direct support to CHILDREN OF BODOM on their North American tour that also features AMON AMARTH. The tour, which started on November 9 in Quebec City, Quebec, will run through December 14 in New York City, with most dates selling out. Comments bassist Paolo Gregoletto, "We are having the ride of our lives. This tour is going so well. The bands are awesome and the crowds have been insane."


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