Quantcast

Tag Archives: Paolo Gregoletto

Trivium reveal “The Deepest Cuts” Free Livestream Set

Posted by on August 24, 2020

  Trivium have no intention of slowing down during the pandemic as they announce their new Free Livestream Event, “The Deepest Cuts.” The event will take place Saturday, (29) at 3pm ET and will feature a setlist of songs that they rarely play. Instead of playing in a venue, like their previous livestream event, the band will […]

Read more

Trivium’s Paolo Gregoletto talks about the possibility of re-recording “Ember to Inferno”

Posted by on July 3, 2020

  Trivium bassist Paolo Gregoletto was recently on The Metal Teddy Bear Experience Podcast and was asked about re-recording the band’s debut album Ember to Inferno for it’s 20th anniversary (which is only 3 years away!) The bassist explained that the band probably won’t fully re-record the album but might be willing to re-record certain tracks. “Yeah, it’s […]

Read more

Trivium’s Paolo Gregoletto on how band will commemorate 10th anniversary of ‘Shogun,’ Heafy’s vocals

Posted by on November 6, 2017

Recently, WMSC/Montclair NJ’s The Metal Teddy Bear Experience interviewed Trivium’s Paolo Gregolleto. With the band currently on tour in support of The Sin and The Sentence, the radio show spoke to him about whether they would be commemorating next year’s 10th anniversary of Shogun, what other songs in their catalog they’d like to play, and an update on […]

Read more

Trivium confirms 100% that Alex Bent is their touring drummer

Posted by on January 23, 2017

Last week, we confirmed the rumors on Alex Bent (Dragonlord, ex-Battlecross, etc.) as Trivium’s new touring drummer via our interview with Matt Heafy. After a few weeks of rumors, bassist Paolo Gregoletto confirmed on his twitter, revealing Bent is indeed playing with the band, hitting the road with them on their upcoming European tour next […]

Read more

Nick Augusto says Trivium split was “not his decision”

Posted by on May 9, 2014

Following his sudden split with Trivium, drummer Nick Augusto has made a few posts to Twitter regarding the situation: Thank you so much to all the fans, support throughout the years. This was not my decision but eternally grateful Thank you ALL for the messages and kind words! New musical adventures will be happening soon. […]

Read more

Trivium part ways with drummer Nick Augusto

Posted by on May 7, 2014

Trivium is in the midst of a tour with Volbeat. That’s why it’s extra surprising to learn that the Carolina Rebellion festival marked the band’s last show with drummer Nick Augusto. Bassist Paolo Gregoletto revealed that Trivium has parted ways with Augusto, who started out as the band’s drum tech filling in for Travis Smith […]

Read more

Metal Insider Top Five: Mellow Covers Of Metal Songs

Posted by on March 11, 2013

Metal Insider’s Top 5 is a column where we count down the top five of…well basically anything. Buzzfeed is one of the most popular sites on the internet. It’s also one of the laziest. Throwing together endless lists and stupid .gifs in a transparently blatant (yet completely effective) attempt to grab traffic, it’s kind of like journalism […]

Read more

Trivium’s New Album Is Being Produced By Disturbed’s David Draiman

Posted by on January 16, 2013

Apparently Device hasn’t been the only thing keeping David Draiman busy. As it turns out, the Disturbed frontman has also working with Trivium on their next album. That’s right, David Draiman is producing the next Trivium album. Gossip about this started when bassist Paolo Gregoletto posted the picture above of Draiman and frontman Matt Heafy […]

Read more

Matt Heafy Discusses New Side Project Mrityu And Recording Plans For Trivium’s New Album

Posted by on August 20, 2012

Last week provided a truly unique experience for Trivium fans. As we mentioned previously, we had the chance to see frontman Matt Heafy perform an intimate acoustic set in Moscot Eyewear’s NYC gallery (which Metal Injection filmed great footage of). Six days later, we witnessed Trivium performing to an arena crowd during the Trespass America […]

Read more

Trivium Bassist Paolo Gregoletto: “There’s A Lot Of Things Up In The Air In The Music Industry, And It’s Changing For Better Or Worse”

Posted by on March 6, 2012

Trivium have been going nonstop since the release of their latest album In Waves last Summer. In addition to playing Mayhem Fest, opening for Dream Theater, and performing around the world, the Florida metal quartet just recently finished a co-headlining tour with In Flames. And this week, Trivium touring the country once again with unusual […]

Read more