Matt Heafy’s Plans For Trivium Might Upset Fans

Trivium frontman Matt Heafy recently revealed to EMP that Trivium might go into a hiatus.

Heafy was at the Summer Breeze Festival in Germany when he was asked about the band’s future plans, and the singer ‘openly’ stated that ‘there were none:’

“Normally, we are always, we’re so open with everything we show everything we do, we talk about everything — but the one thing we are always secretive about [is] the records. But this time I can say that we’re just going on a proper break this time. Because we’ve done 10 albums of ‘album-tour, album-tour.”

He further explained what Trivium’s current focus was and how the band would proceed in the future after their current tour ends:

“This time, when this tour cycle ends, we’re gonna take a true break, and instead of working on music, we’re actually gonna work on building our Hangar studio, so that way when it comes time to make records, we can do that again. But there are currently no plans for a new record. And I’m not being deceitful there. There’s no plans right now.”

The hangar Heafy was talking about is located where Trivium’s headquarters are, in Orlando, Florida. The band reportedly bought the old airplay hangar back in 2020 and currently planning to transform it into a full recording studio and performance hall.

You can check out the full interview below.