Trivium – Vengeance Falls Review

Vengeance Falls is the latest offering from metallers Trivium following 2011’s In Waves and quite frankly, it’s their best release in a long time.

Featuring the humongous and massive choruses that this band are famed for, Vengeance Falls is an album that will surely please a lot of Trivium fans. From the huge opener Brave This Storm that you’ll soon be singing along to before you even know what’s happening, to the magnificently heavy No Way To Heal that is chock-full of killer riffs and walls of guitars, this album has a bit of everything to cater to all tastes. There’s even a slightly softer and laid-back number in the form of At The End Of This War, which starts off as a hauntingly beautiful and stripped down piece before it launches into sheer noise – fantastic!

A particular highlight of the album was closer Wake (The End Is Nigh). Vocalist Matt’s vocals really shine on this fantastically honest and raw piece and is a bit of an epic with both soft and heavy moments, and even something inbetween the two! It’s a perfect ending to an altogether brilliantly constructed album.

Trivium are back and they’ve come out fighting with this incredibly strong album. Vengeance Falls is a must-have album for anyone into their metal.

9/10

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Soundscape’s editor, who is particularly fond of doom, black metal and folk (but will give anything a chance). Likes to travel to see bands abroad when she can. Contact: nathumphries@soundscapemagazine.com or @acidnat on twitter.

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