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9 de jan. de 2010

Momento Caras \\ TRIVIUM Frontman Getting Married

Congratulations are in order for TRIVIUM vocalist/guitarist Matt Heafy, who is marrying his girlfriend Ashley Howard later today (Saturday, January 9) in a ceremony in Orlando, Florida.

A photo of the happy couple can be viewed below.

Valerie Bastien, a contributing editor to The Voice Connection and RockSource360, conducted an interview with Heafy when TRIVIUM played Toronto, Ontario, Canada in November 2009. The chat is now available for streaming using the audio player below.

TRIVIUM has contributed a new song, entitled "Shattering The Skies Above", to the digital extended play (EP) soundtrack for the highly anticipated PlayStation3 (PS3) exclusive videogame "God of War III". The EP, titled "God of War: Blood & Metal", will be released in March via Roadrunner Records as a part of the "God of War III Ultimate Edition", and will feature four other previously unreleased songs from Roadrunner artists — KILLSWITCH ENGAGE, DREAM THEATER OPETH and TAKING DAWN.

Consumers who purchase the "God of War III Ultimate Edition" will receive a voucher code to download the tracks, as well as downloadable music in the form of the "God of War Trilogy" soundtrack. Fans will also receive a special code to download a director's cut of "God of War: Unearthing the Legend", a full-length movie documentary depicting the history of the "God of War" franchise, access to an exclusive "God of War Challenge Arena" environment with up to seven unique challenges, an exclusive Kratos skin, and a limited-edition art book.

The "God of War III Ultimate Edition" will retail for $99.99 (MSRP).

"When we were initially asked to write an original song for the game, we were slightly perplexed since we've never actually written a track for something other than a TRIVIUM record," said Heafy. "But we answered the call as we are fans of the game. Writing the song was a fun experience. We started piecing riffs together on tour and then we really put time into the song when we got home and had the chance to go into the practice space to work on our ideas as a group. This new song captures a certain energy we've been trying to harness on record as well, as it will show all our fans worldwide where TRIVIUM is heading musically in the future."

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