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19th May 2011

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There's a big buzz amongst the Trivium fanbase this afternoon as the band appear to have hinted at news of the forthcoming and eagerly anticipated new album.

A post appeared on the band's Facebook page at 18.07pm UK time which simply read; "Do I End This All For The World To See..."

Well Trivium, we sincerely hope you do not because we really want the new album. Is 'Do I End This All For The World To See' the title of the new album? We don't know and Corey wouldn't say when we contacted him. But we think he will soon. Whatever happens, it is sure to be brilliant because Trivium are a briliant band.

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The above picture appeared on the official Trivium site and on a massive social networking site within the last half hour. Is it the new album sleeve? We don't know and Corey wouldn't say...

Matt, Corey, Paulo and Nick are clearly in great spirits at the moment and looking forward to moving up another level in their career, something that they deserve massively.

Resound the anthem
The music connects, unites us more
Our masses strengthened, an unstoppable horde
We're all now a family
Together let's show the world what we say



Here's a fabulous Aerosmith pictorial document as seen through the lens of famed British photographer Tony Mottram. Tony photographed the band over many years for various magazines and now has a monthly column here on MetalTalk.

As was often the case, only one photo ever got published and in the fast moving world of weekly magazines sometimes entire sessions would be done and left undeveloped.

Tony started shooting Aerosmith from towards the end of the period with Jimmy Crespo and Rick Dufay and onwards through the return of original members Joe Perry and Brad Whitford that resulted in the albums 'Done With Mirrors', 'Permanent Vacation' and 'Pump'.


As well as shooting the band several times in England, this collection includes images from a session at the band's rehearsal room in Boston. Littered throughout is a mixture of live and off stage photos including a selection of photos taken at London's famous Marquee club when they were joined on stage by Jimmy Page.

This limited edition hardback book, presented in a flight case and printed on silk paper, is an opportunity to own a unique selection of photos, most of which have never seen the light of day before.

This unique item is presented in an aluminium flight case and will be published in late November. Earlybird subscribers who order by 31st October will have their name printed within a dedicated page in the book.

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Publication date: 31st November 2017
ISBN: 978-1-908724-81-6
Format: Casebound.
Pages: 128 pages, printed on 170 gsm, silk paper.
Size: A4 landscape.


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