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Trivium was formed in the year 2000 and hails from Orlando in Florida. It so happened that Matt Heafy was performing at the high school talent show, although he didn't won it, still he was the runner up. So impressed was the band's original singer with Matt, that he asked him to join his band Trivium. Trivium is actually a Latin word and it means the intersection between the three schools of learning that is grammar, rhetoric and logic. Since the members of the band felt that they had an open-mindedness to the various styles along with their musical aesthetic, it was appropriate to name it Trivium. They released their debut with Roadrunner Records that rose at #151 on the US Billboard 200 and at #4 on the US Top Heatseekers charts. They also used to perform gigs at parties. But after some time, the original singer left the band and Heafy took to singing.

Throughout their career, their had been various lineups in Trivium. Finally the band found Corey Beaulieu, the guitarist, who was a dedicated as well as passionated death metal buff. He brought a new kind of influence to the sound. Then came Paolo Gregoletto joined the band, just in time for the tour with Machine Head. Trivium then signed to Roadrunner Records after their good sales of their debut. They then began writing songs for their album. When they completed 80% of the material for their next album Ascendancy, written as well as fine-tuned, they headed into Audiohammer and Morrisound Studios for recording. Before releasing they thought of conducting a series of tours. Thus started their extensive tour with Machine Head, Iced Earth, Killswitch Engage, and Fear Factory. After putting themselves as one of the most promising and upcoming metal bands of the rock world, Trivium were at last ready to release their newest album.
Finally in the year 2005, they released their second album Ascendancy, on Roadrunner Records. But when the album was released, Trivium was on a tour at the Roadrage 2005 US tour. The tour featured other well-known bands such as The Agony Scene, Still Remains and 3 Inches of Blood. From that time onwards, the band has been on the tour constantly. Throughout the summer, the band was in UK for Roadrage 2005 UK with Still Remains and 3 Inches of Blood for 13 dates. As a result of this tour, their popularity increased considerably, in UK. They also built up a good rapport with Kerrang and Metal Hammer magazines. They also did a show at Download Festival 2005 in the UK, where they were opened on the Main Stage, setting themselves up as the the Band of the Weekend. Kerrang! hailed their show as 'The best band of the weekend by a long mile.' In the year 2005, they carried out a performance in Ozzfest in the year 2005. They played alongside with other bands like As I lay Dying, Arch Enemy, Killswitch Engage, and Rob Zombie. They then headed for a headlining tour in the UK with All That Remains. After their performance in UK, they headed for their next tour to Japan with Arch Enemy. As usual they gave a thrilling performance in Japan, which boosted their east fan base and as such Trivium gained popularity throughout the world for the first time. The band then, headed back to the United States and Canada for a main support tour with Children of Bodom and Amon Amarth. German label Lifeforce signed Trivium and with the new label, they recorded Ember to Inferno. In the year 2006, The Crusade was released and was placed at #1 in the UK Rock Charts and debuted in the UK album charts at #7 and also debuted on the U.S. Billboard charts at #25.

In the year 2002, Heafy won the Best Metal Guitarist Award at the Orlando Metal Awards.


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