The world's firest-ever biography of Trivium is out now. The Mark Of Perseverance, which follows the band from their earliest days through to their current superstardom, was penned by a DiS contributor, Joe Shooman.
The book benefits from input from the likes of original members Jarred Bonaparte (yes, that's his name) and Brad Lewter, as well as (bizarrely?) Gizz Butt, once of The Prodigy. Strange, indeeeeed...
A number of never-before-seen photographs are also included.
Trivium release their third album, The Crusade, early next month through Roadrunner; they also support Iron Maiden on the latter act's winter stadium tour. Joe Shooman can be heard on Radio Merseyside's PMS show - click here to check it out online.