Photo Credit: Robin Ervolina
Try to describe a Trivium show. Go ahead. I’ll wait.
Well, it’s a hypothetical wait. I’m not really waiting. Neither did you. That’s okay. Here’s my point: I could tell you in my own words about this great night at Revolution with Florida-grown metal monsters Trivium, but lead singer Matt Heafy said it best. It was a “head banging, asses shaking, bodies moving” kind of night. Trivium’s set list was filled with fan favorites from previous CDs as well as tunes from their recently released seventh CD, Silence in the Snow. “Strife” was one of the biggest hits, with the roars of the audience at times drowning out Heafy’s vocals. As they filled the night with solid metal (no gimmicks, just music for the love of it) the energy level of the weeknight crowd never waned. I for one was glad Revolution removed the old wood flooring erected during the filming of Rock of Ages; the wobble we have experienced for so long, was long gone just in time. Fans were jumping and rocking from the first drum kick to the last riff.
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I’m not sure if we made it into your list of best five cities in this tour, Matt, but thank you for packing Revolution Live on a week night! You can catch Trivium on the road with Huntress and Sabaton through