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Album: In The Court Of The Dragon

Artist: Trivium

  • Genre: Metal
  • Release Date: 2021
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 10

  • Copyright: ℗ 2021 Roadrunner Records

Tracklist For In The Court Of The Dragon By Artist Trivium

Title Artist Time
X Trivium 1:27 USD 1.29
In The Court Of The Dragon Trivium 5:09 USD 1.29
Like A Sword Over Damocles Trivium 5:30 USD 1.29
Feast Of Fire Trivium 4:18 USD 1.29
A Crisis Of Revelation Trivium 5:35 USD 1.29
The Shadow Of The Abattoir Trivium 7:11 USD 1.29
No Way Back Just Through Trivium 3:53 USD 1.29
Fall Into Your Hands Trivium 7:45 USD 1.29
From Dawn To Decadence Trivium 4:08 USD 1.29
The Phalanx Trivium 7:15 USD 1.29

Reviews For In The Court Of The Dragon By Artist Trivium

  • The Album That Should Have Succeeded Shogun

    By mapeterson3
    Best album since 08, hands down.
  • They went heavy

    By wickedshaggy
    they went heavy and angry on this album im very happy with it
  • In The Court of the Dragon, Trivium Prevails

    By jca1091
    This is the best one. No doubt. Delivers on everything you could ever want out of any Trivium album, or metal album in general. Trivium have done it again!
  • Awesome Album

    By CrypticTrick
    Every song on this album is amazing. Album of the year worthy!!
  • Always upping the ante!

    By DeathMachineJoe
    Trivium continue their winning streak of albums since 2017 and In the Court of the Dragon is absolute proof of that! They’ve remained consistent in their sound while always adding little subtleties here and there. This album is a little more on the heavier side, but is still just as melodic and epic as ever, with many orchestral sections (courtesy of Ihsahn) adding a lot to the record. All of the members are on their A-game technically and the songwriting continues to get better and better. Favorite tracks: Like a Sword Over Damocles, The Shadow of the Abattoir and Fall Into Your Hands
  • Their best since Shogun

    By Muse17
    In the Court of the Dragon is nothing short of sensational: only slightly more than a year removed from their last outing, Trivium up the intensity and never let go on this record. Though it may seem same-y at times due to similar song structures, this album is full of what we want: catchy choruses, Matt’s harsh vocals, pummeling bass and riffs, and percussive precision. It’s, in my estimation, their best since Shogun.
  • Shogun-level epicness

    By Zachh1919
    Easily a top 3 album for this band, If not their best. The fact that you can actually compare it to Shogun and Ascendency speaks volumes for the quality and cohesiveness of this album, as well as the band. Trivium have been unstoppable since 2017 when they got Alex as their drummer, and they aren’t slowing down anytime soon
  • Trivium comes through again

    By Soultaker66
    I have listened to it 3-4 times and it gets better every time. All the albums are great.
  • Great

    By Metalsinnermaster
    These guys from a songwriter standpoint are on a serious roll. Great stuff the last two albums. Music solid as usual. Keep it up guys!!
  • 🤘🏼🤘🏼🤘🏼

    By Fjafjacjajdn
    Never fails!!!

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