Oh great. That can only mean they’re fixing to record another album, and not hanging up their instruments — which is basically the wish I make anytime wishing is appropriate.
When I blow out the candles on a cake. When I see a shooting star. When my girlfriend has me blow my eyelashes off her fingers. Whenever I break the wishbone, or the pelvic bone. You get the idea. Well, every time, I wish for Trivium to go away and stop damaging metal’s good name, and I fear I will never be satisfied.
In a new interview, Trivium’s Matt Heafy says they’re working on new songs.
“We have nine songs pretty much completely recorded as pre-production, recorded on our bass player’s laptop, and it actually sounds better than our first record,” he says.
We all know they didn’t write that first record.
“Paolo [Gregoletto]’s really good at recording shit. It’s all programmed drums, but programmed in a way that Paolo programmed the bass part, like the underlying drum tracks and Nick [Augusto] would sit with him and rewrite them, but on the computer,” says Heafy.
“We tracked guitars, we tracked bass and we’re gonna track vocals soon, we tracked solos and I’ve got an album title, album arts, song names. We’ve got about 15 songs and everything’s planned out. Video ideas, photo shoot ideas, everything. But we just can’t reveal anything.”
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