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Trivium - Ascendancy (CD, Album)



  1. Ascendancy is the sophomore album by the metalcore band Trivium, it was released on March 15, Its sold over , copies since its release, and (to many) its considered their best album to.
  2. Trivium’s album Ascendancy pressed on Orange 2LP vinyl for the first time since its release. Tracklist: 1. The End Of Everything 2. Rain 3. Pull Harder On The Strings Of Your Martyr 4. Drowned And Torn Asunder 5. Ascendancy 6. A Gunshot To The Head Of Trepidation 7. Like Light To The Flies 8. Dying In Your Arms 9. The Deceived Suffocating Sight
  3. Includes CD and double LP, plus the new Ab Initio Deluxe Edition - with 13 bonus tracks on 2 CDs and 5 LPs Trivium - "Ember To Inferno" Origins (Episode 1) - Duration: 4 minutes, 35 seconds.
  4. Trivium - Ascendancy music album discussion and ratings. I mean 3-minute Trivium songs are a pain to sit through so yea an 8-minute one sounds excruciating.
  5. Mar 20,  · Subscribe: wordheasydkumadetexanchonddisderes.coinfo Trivium's official audio stream for 'Rain' from the album, Ascendancy - available now on Roadrunner Records. Download it n.
  6. Trivium Albums Ranked. Close. 7. Posted by 8 days ago. Trivium Albums Ranked. Albums: 1-ASCENDANCY(Awesome Album and AGTTHOT is one of the BEST Metal Songs I've ever heard. Excellent debut that jump-started their whole career and launched them into being a certified household name in the Metal World.).
  7. Ascendancy, an Album by Trivium. Released 15 March on Roadrunner (catalog no. RR ; CD). Genres: Melodic Metalcore. Featured peformers: Paul Romano (aka_text artwork role_id aka_text, art direction, design), Corey Beaulieu (backing vocals, guitar), Paulo Gregoletto (backing vocals, bass), Travis Smith (drums, percussion), Jason Suecof (engineer, producer), Aaron Caillier.
  8. Apr 29,  · I still treasure The Ascendancy. It just doesn’t really seem worth listening to What the Dead Men Say when you can look to the new August Burns Red for vital metalcore, any number of throwback trad bands for sweet riffs, or Nickelback for big stupid radio rock hooks. Trivium’s What The Dead Men Say is out now on Roadrunner.

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