Published on Aug 25, 2016

Corey Beaulieu, lead guitarist of Trivium, discusses the criticism he received as a young musician in the spotlight, and parallels it to the bullying that many fans deal with. He goes on to describe how refocusing as a band on the positive side of their success kept their music going, and reminds us that despite sounding dark, Trivium’s music is an essential outlet for both its members and its fans.

Interview conducted by Joseph Penola | Videography by Laura Desantis-Olsson | Edited by Pawl Bazile | Music by John Penola


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