Trivium have spent the past decade-plus, building their reputation and steadily rising to prominence, becoming one of the main torchbearers of heavy metal in the modern era. With millions of albums sold globally and numerous world tours (from Ozzfest, Mayhem, and Download to opening for Metallica, Black Sabbath, and Iron Maiden to extensive headline treks), Trivium began their journey in 2003 with their debut album Ember To Inferno. The record quickly captured the attention of the band’s earliest fans as well as the ears of A&R reps at Roadrunner Records, who rapidly signed the band and went on to release their watershed album Ascendancy in 2005. Ember To Inferno was the catalyst for what was to come and it has been out of print for several years… until now.
The band and 5B Artist Management partnered with Cooking Vinyl to re-release the album, along with a deluxe edition that includes 13 additional early versions of songs that have never been previously available yet have earned evasive legend status among the diehards. It’s a true treasure trove of material that will delight the staunchest Trivium fans and beyond.