A brand new TRIVIUM song, entitled "Entrance of the Conflagration", has been posted online at the band's MySpace page. The song comes off the Florida-based metallers' upcoming third album, "The Crusade", due on October 10 via Roadrunner Records. The follow-up to 2005's "Ascendancy" was recorded at Audiohammer Studios in Sanford, FL, just outside of Orlando. Once again produced by TRIVIUM and Jason Suecof, the CD is "a dazzling explosion of tight, intricate and instantly memorable songs that feature awe-inspiring musicianship from all four members of the band," according to a press release.
"The Crusade" will contain 13 songs, including "Detonation", "And Sadness Will Sear", and the nine-minute instrumental epic "The Crusade".
TRIVIUM filmed a video for the song "Entrance of the Conflagration" with director Dale "Rage" Resteghini (MUDVAYNE, HATEBREED, UNEARTH, SHADOWS FALL) on August 10 at Eon Loft in Los Angeles, California. Watch footage of the video shoot at YouTube.com. An additional video for the song "Anthem (We are the Fire)" was filmed on August 11 in Los Angeles.
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