Trivium

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    Creep

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    Okay, I am a fan of Trivium's music. They can sure play their music but I am not a big fan of the screaming. Can anyone recommend the songs they have where their screaming is minimised? :p I do believe that the singer has a good singing voice. I know they also have instrumentals but I am not sure if they are worthy of my ears :D . Please give your opinion.
     
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    a life in ashes

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    their most mellow song is Dying in Your Arms, off the Ascendancy album...although you don't really get non-screaming Trivium...
     
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    the intro of the ascendancy album is called "the end of everything" and is a very cool dark instrumental.
    then, as mentioned above, "dying in your arms" from the same cd is a great way to explore the singing in trivium, i really like this song.
     
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    Will

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    There aren't any good Trivium songs. They're all amazing.

    I'd suggest just downloading their albums. :lol:
     
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    If you don't like screaming, then Trivium isn't the band for you.

    Like others have said, there isn't really any song with just a little bit of screaming except Dying in Your Arms. Other from that I think there's only the intro tracks to both Ascendency and Ember to Inferno.

    But yeah, if you can't handle screaming, then Trivium is probably too heavy for you. :lol:
     
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    Amen.

    The only songs i can think of are 'Dying in you arms' 'The end of everything' and (another instrumental) 'A veiw of burning empires'/'Inception The Bleeding Skies' (or something.) they are both basicly the same, except i think one is the other backwards.
     
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    What he said. Actually...buy them instead, one of the reasons to buy a CD.
     
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    What he said. Actually...buy them instead, one of the reasons to buy a CD. [/b][/quote]
    This is true. I bought them both the same day.
     
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    What I could never figure out is why play.com were advertising 'Ember To Inferno' as a June 2005 release :lol:

    Ever since I heard 'Like Light To The Flies' on scuzz back in January I've loved Trivium.There isn't a single bad song on Ascendancy however they could have released 'Dying In Your Arms' or 'Departure' as a single/video instead of 'A Gunshot To The Head Of Trepidation'

    What I find increadible is that Matt Heafy is only 19! I know people who'd kill to be able to play guitar like that at just 19 :lol:
     
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    Avenged Sevenfold's guitarists are barely, like, twenty or twenty-one.
     
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    Luke

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    Avenged Sevenfold's guitarists are barely, like, twenty or twenty-one. [/b][/quote]
    True but IMO Matt Heafy is a better guitarist; much better solos and rythem in Trivium's guitaring.
     
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    It's funny...his birthday is 3 days after mine :D.

    If he keeps it up, in about 5-10 years...he'll kill the metal scene.
     
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    It's funny...his birthday is 3 days after mine :D. [/b][/quote]
    Yes but he's a year older than you :p
     
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    Yes but he's a year older than you :p [/b][/quote]
    *slaps you* :lol:
     
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    *slaps you* :lol: [/b][/quote]
    *Throws football at your crutch* :lol:
     
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    I wouldn't call it screaming, more shouting and grunting.

    Am I the only person who hears similarity between Matt Heafy's voice and James Hetfield's? :wth:
     
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    Ordinarilly I wouldn't be a fan of screaming metal such as trivium, but after hearing Pull Harder on the Strings of Your Martyr, it's growing on me. I also love Dying in your Arms and Ascendancy. I like the mix of screaming/singing, and then there's also the excellent guitar work.
     
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    Luke

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    I think so yes :lol:

    I defenatly see similarities between Matt Heafy and Howard Jones of Killswitch Engage.
     
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    Thank you all very much for your input :) I'm getting the songs suggested now. I do have another question now. What in your opinion is their best song? :rolleyes:
     
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    Pull harder on the strings of your marytr - Trivium
     

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