TRIVIUM To Enter Studio Next Week

Orlando, Florida's TRIVIUM will be entering Tampa's Morrisound studios on September 13 with producer Jason Suecof (CAPHARNAUM, CROTCHDUSTER) to begin recording their sophomore album, "Ascendancy". Jason will track drums at Morrisound before completing the recordings at the Audiohammer facility. "Once we complete the work with Jason, we will head over to the U.K. to work with Andy Sneap [KILLSWITCH ENGAGE, NEVERMORE, SKINLAB, EXODUS] on the final mastering," the band write on their web site. "Needless to say this will be a great experience — we are big fans of Andy's work and look forward to working with him."

TRIVIUM released their debut album, "Ember to Inferno", on Germany's Lifeforce Records last year and caught Roadrunner's attention with their "larger than life, unrestrained rock sound," according to an official press release.


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