Inspired by artists as diverse as Volbeat, Crobot, David Wilcox, System of A Down, Nirvana, Megadeth, Black Sabbath and Slayer, yet forging their own unique sound. Ottawa, ON's TRIGON release their 11 track debut album 'Fed Up' produced by the band with Anders Drerup and out now as of March 24th.
"'Fed UP’ is about living in the millennium, obstacles, day-to-day challenges, high and low points of life, religion, the corrupt world we live in, and being brainwashed by our leaders." says vocalist/ bassist Emanuel Viau. "The album will grow on fans with its ‘crafty riffs, good lyrics and good beats. We wanted to make them feel like they are the ones who wrote the songs!
"Fans can expect a lot more out of Trigon. We are just getting started. The dedication to our fans is always there…they are number 1 to us! We are a positive band hoping to reach out to people and give them songs they can relate to. At our live shows they can expect maximum energy and excitement. We aim to make the people at the back come to the front!’
TRIGON 's debut album 'Fed Up' is available on iTunes , Spotify, Bandcamp and all major online retailers.
"any fan of hard rock or heavy metal would be proud to have this album in his/her collection. The fullness of the sound on the album makes it hard to believe that this is just a three-piece outfit...Trigon seems to have picked out the best parts of bands they like, smashed them together, and crafted songs that just work on every level." - Yell! Mag
"There is a chaotic and personal magic on this album that moves your mind, body and soul from places of safety to places of danger in an instant. I’d liken it to being at a family BBQ just before WW3 breaks out -it’s all fun and games and Armageddon....“Fed Up” is a brilliant Rock album that exquisitely produced and bloody well executed. It’ll fit in with any and all Metal collections. Get yours now!" - 925 Rebellion
"The Great White North is known for snow, Molson beer, and hockey, eh. Now we might have to add another pretty good thing, Trigon." - National Rock Review