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Trivium Have Announced The Details Of Their New Album

Rock  Sound Magazin e have reported that the Trivium Lead Singer Matt Heafy has given further details on the thrashers' latest studio release, The Pirates of the Caribbean sounding " What The Dead Men Say", which is expected to be released on Aril 24th via RoadRunner Records. Click on the link below to read more, as well as listen to the band's latest single " Catastrophist". This LP follows up the 2017 release The Sin and The Sentence, that marked the debut of new drummer Alex Bent. Matt Heafey said of the new album "   On this album, one can hear the proper ingredients of past, present, and future  TRIVIUM . The  TRIVIUM  sound is having everything the band does — on one album. Guitarist Corey Beaulieu added  "We wanted to build on the foundation that we established with the last album. The record has all the elements that are  TRIVIUM  — along with all of us wanting to keep pushing ourselves creatively. This led to a highly-inspi

ALBUM OF THE WEEK- Jacopo Pausa- The Truth

Jacopo Pausa  is a twenty-one-year-old singer/ guitarist, hailing from Italy. Pausa first was inspired by Mark Knopfler  ( Dire Straits) to pick up the instrument at the age of Seven. The musician exhibits some of the characteristics of the much-revered guitarist in his songwriting approach and fingerpicking technique. He has recorded and self- produced his first album, a collection of Nine tracks based on real facts, called " The Truth", which was published in December of last year. The album showcases a mixture of well-crafted blues numbers, folk songs, and dreamy pop that is as thought-provoking; as it is easy to listen to. Pausa recorded this album himself at ML Produzioni studios in Milan. The musician was able to achieve this in two months with a broken pinkie, which makes it more remarkable. The album combines texture and differing mood changes, along with Pausa's reflective tones, and intelligent lyrics to produce an underrated record, that promises so much mor

January Playlist for Rambling Man's Reviews

Each month this blog will introduce a new playlist to mark what the site has been listening to within that past month. I thought we could begin with a look back at what has caught this writer's ears to swell. The last month lost some iconic members, as well as brought us some exciting new music. Please click on the link below to see what inspires these pages to rock.

ARTIST OF THE WEEK- Tom Auton- Blues Train

                                                                               Words Were Written By Anselm Anderson  Tom Auton  is no stranger to these pages. I had the distinct pleasure of reviewing the then-teenage guitar prodigy from Cardiff a couple of years back. At the time,  I mentioned that he could become a star with more tracks like his first single " Stay", which you can read in the link below; . He is now back with his latest single " Blues Train", an infectious, bluesy number oozing with the same swagger and bravado as his aforementioned track. Tom Auton is a young singer/songwriter that has had an accomplished career thus far. He has slowly gained a reputation across the UK Music scene with his performances, having already sold out his first headline concert in his hometown of Cardiff. The musician can also add to his expanding accolades of entering the top 8 of Fe