Trivium turns airplane hangar into new headquarters

MONTREAL, QC – JULY 29: Matt Heafy of Trivium performs at the Heavy Montreal festival at Parc Jean-Drapeau on July 29, 2018 in Montreal, Canada. (Photo by Mark Horton/Getty Images).

Talk about an upgrade! Matt Heafy of metal band Trivium shared that the band has purchased an airplane hangar to convert into their new headquarters. With funds generated from a previous live stream show, the new space was purchased from a family member and will be renovated over the course of the next three to five years to include a rehearsal space, a recording studio, and a performance area. Heafy notes:

“The first step, we’ll build in and enclose in a section of it where we’re able to rehearse in there, and it’s an all-in-one spot. And then we’ll gradually build downwards, build a recording studio below that, and then we’ll build outwards…we’d eventually have it fully equipped. Then hopefully things keep progressing, even despite whatever the fates might be throwing at us, that we can turn it into where there’s full cameras set up, there’s [a] full soundboard, everything is ready to go.. we can do the full event from there.”

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