Covering Sepultura's "Slave New World" off of Chaos A.D. live, Trivium -- with bassist/ videographer Paolo Gregoletto at the helm -- have made an official video for their homage to Brazil's finest.
Originally premiered at trivium.org, this video captures Trivium's high performance energy as well as the bands rabid Australian fans decimating the pit to one of metal's most worthy anthems.
Says Gregoletto of the video, "I have tried to make it a habit to film everything and anything we do, even setting up a tripod on stage to capture shows. Half way into Sound Wave in Australia, we already had hours of footage on a hard drive and we had a few days off, so I figured I would put a little video together on iMovie. This was initially going to be just a quick update video, but after a few hours it started looking pretty good so I just went and made a video for the full song. This is about as DIY as a music video could be, all I had at my disposal was my Samsung Camera and my laptop. I asked some of the crew guys to pick up the camera whenever they wanted while we were playing and film anything that looked cool, whether it was us or the crowd. So much thanks to Ken Andrews (guitar tech) and Matt Kuney (tour manager) for the help getting all the great footage of the tour."
Watch it below, check trivium.org often to see all things Trivium first, and stay tuned for more from the band as they work on their upcoming 4th album.