Trivium, featuring longtime Epiphone signature artist Matt Heafy, are gearing up for a year-long tour of the world in support of their critically acclaimed new album, The Sin and the Sentence.  The band will head to Haarlem, Netherlands on March 10 for their first show at the Patronaat and will then travel to Germany, Sweden, Austria, Croatia, Italy, France, the UK, and Spain. The band will return to the U.S. April 27 for dates in Florida and to perform at the Rock On the Range festival in Columbus, Ohio from May 18-20 along with Stone Temple Pilots, Tool, and Avenged Sevenfold. Visit Trivium's website for details and check out

Mr. Heafy's new Epiphone signature Les Pauls are the Ltd. Ed. Matt Heafy Les Paul Custom "SnØfall" 6 and 7 string, each featuring a beautiful Alpine White Gloss finish, Phenolic fingerboard, and EMG active pickups. Both 6 and 7-string Ltd. Ed “SnØfall” Les Pauls include a premium gigbag and a hand-signed Certificate of Authenticity.

"I remember mentioning them to (Epiphone President) Jim Rosenberg that maybe we could do these guitars in a different paint job," Heafy told Epiphone. "About three months ago, Jim surprised me and said 'Hey I just sent some guitars to your house.' And the next thing I knew, there was this new MKH color --I was totally blown away by it. We have to do this! So we kept it a secret but at the same time we also recorded the new record with them. I used no other guitars during the sessions--strictly Epiphone MKH models. Then we brought the white guitars on tour so we kind of let the guitar out of the bag really early. I just couldn't wait. When I brought out the white guitars, the kids seemed really stoked at those so that was cool."