Vengeance Falls - Trivium

Vengeance Falls

Trivium

  • Genre: Metal
  • Release Date: 2013-10-11
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 10

  • ℗ 2013 Roadrunner Records, Inc.

Tracks

Title Artist Time
1
Brave This Storm Trivium 4:29 USD 1.29
2
Vengeance Falls Trivium 4:13 USD 1.29
3
Strife Trivium 4:29 USD 1.29
4
No Way To Heal Trivium 4:05 USD 1.29
5
To Believe Trivium 4:32 USD 1.29
6
At the End of This War Trivium 4:47 USD 1.29
7
Through Blood and Dirt and Bon Trivium 4:26 USD 1.29
8
Villainy Thrives Trivium 4:54 USD 1.29
9
Incineration: The Broken World Trivium 5:52 USD 1.29
10
Wake (The End Is Nigh) Trivium 6:00 USD 1.29

Reviews

  • Solid

    5
    By Guitardude87
    Hear me out. A lot of people won't like the style of Matt's vocals, but I think it fits. It's different and he's trying new something new. I've been a fan since ember to inferno and I understand why he had to change it up. His vocal cords have been through the ringer and he's getting older. Hence Shogun. He had to do something different to keep doing this for years to come. The guitar riffs are awesome as always, drums are tight, and it has great melody/harmonies. Overall, I think if you listen with an open mind you'll enjoy it.
  • New sound for Trivium

    5
    By Warrior-Taurus
    I've read quite a few reviews for this album and there are a lot of mixed feelings for this new album. Compared to the other albums that they have come out with, this is the first one that David Draiman has a hand in producing. If you like David's work, than you will like this new album. With that said, that is why this album has the mixed reviews it has. Some believe that Trivium has lost their "identity". In my opinion, that couldn't be further from the truth. I believe that with David Draiman's help, they have discovered a new way to evolve and tune their sound. This new album has new epic riffs and some great new melodies that have more control and meaning than ever before. I know with this album, I have a new respect for Trivium and I hope they continue in this direction for years to come.
  • Meh

    1
    By Melodeathgod
    Their peak was shogun as far as them making decently heavy metalcore tunes. Since then it's been two sorry albums. But if you're into weak metalcore crap like bfmv and avenged sevenfold this'll probably be an alright album for you
  • Less Guttural and I love it

    5
    By firkinahsoul
    People are to quick to say they are not metal because they lost the guttural vocal. For a true metal fan that has been a real metal fan for decades it’s good to hear a band switch it up a bit and get into songwriting as a whole. The guttural thing is over people, has been for awhile so why not change with the times. If the guy can sing, and he can sing, let him do it. Incineration is the best song in my opinion, lots of groove and ripping. Honestly this album has gotten me really back into metal and I have not purchased some of the older stuff because of the vocals, it makes me sick you can’t sing along to it. Double horns up!!
  • In Waves

    4
    By 3DG is beast
    In waves in my opinion is a better album but only one complaint about this album is To Believe because it feels like I'm listening to disturbed which I know is because of Draiman but overall good album. If you're new to Trivium though go with In Waves
  • Poor showing :(

    1
    By bilboMFbaggins
    I'm a huge trivium fan and will remain one, but it seems they let Disturbed's former producer call too many shots on this album. From changing the album's original name, to dictating Heafy's vocal style. Not every idea the producer has is a good one guys. Metal bands don't fill stadiums anymore unless your from the 80's or early 90's (Metallica) so why are you writing these corny songs? To gain a larger fan base? Gain radio airplay? There were only about 100 people at your SF show guys, keep making albums like this and you're gone have even less.
  • Different but good

    5
    By DonnieIV
    A lot of fans won't like it due to less screaming but I prefer clean vocals in my metal. If you're not sure try " brave this storm" and "strife". It's my favorite album from these guys.
  • The decline of Trivium

    2
    By Apothesary
    I love Trivium. Ember to Inferno. Ascendancy. The Crusade. Shogun. With In Waves - I didn't enjoy it at first, but it grew on me. However, I feel like I could smell their steps into 'radio metal' coming a mile away. How right I was. Honestly, it's just boring. I always felt like Trivium stood apart from the more mainstream metal contemporaries for REALLY knowing how to shred and arrange interesting song structures. I get it, simple melodies and chorus hooks are easily accessible - and easier to sell. But this is too stripped down; it's so hard to find more than the simple verse-chorus on Vengeance Falls. It all feels so contrived and interchangeable. By trying to open their doors to "casual" metal fans, they're shutting out the people like me - the people that actually LISTEN to the music. I don't want background noise for rush hour traffic. I want an album I can listen to by myself with big headphones that makes me THINK. Whatever, I guess I'll go listen to Shogun and make myself a sandwich.
  • Disturbing

    1
    By Col46784
    I have nothing to say the singing explains it all.
  • SIGH!

    1
    By Romans 12
    Trivium was once a great band. Not sure what happened. Another crappy release.