The Lost Horizon to host Trivium on Jan. 16.
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The Lost Horizon, located at 5683 Thompson Road in downtown Syracuse, N.Y., will host heavy metal act Trivium at 7 p.m. on Saturday, Jan. 16. The all ages show, presented by 95X, also features special guests Breaking Solace and One Step From Falling.

Trivium - vocalist/guitarist Matt Heafy, guitarist Corey Beaulieu, bassist Paolo Gregoletto, drummer Mat Madiro - is on the road promoting their latest effort, Silence in the Snow, recorded with producer Michael “Elvis” Baskette at Studio Barbarossa and Clear Track Studios. It was released back in October via Roadrunner Records. The album - which features the singles “Silence in the Snow,” “Blind Leading the Blind,” and “Until the World Goes Cold” - reached No. 19 Billboard 200, No. 3 on the Top Hard Rock Albums chart, and No. 3 on the Top Rock Albums chart.

The Orlando, Florida-based band - influenced by the likes of Opeth, Dream Theater, In Flames, Arch Enemy, Machine Head, Guns N’ Roses, Metallica, Iron Maiden and more - previously released Ember to Inferno (2003), Ascendancy (2005), The Crusade (2006), Shogun (2008), In Waves (2011), and Vengeance Falls (2013).

Also on the bill is Syracuse-based hard rock five-piece Breaking Solace, comprised of vocalist Dan Burk, rhythm guitarist Tom McCormick, lead guitarist Brian Tuning, bassist Tanner Bryant, and drummer Chad Turtur.

Opening the show will be One Step From Falling, a four-piece heavy metal band from Syracuse. The band, which released its sophomore EP, Some Days, in the fall of 2014, has shared the stage with the likes of Five Finger Death Punch, Killswitch Engage, Trapt, Boy Hits Car, Shadows Fall, Otep, Green Jello and Earth Crisis. Their singles “Snozberry” and “Underwater” have also received continuous airplay on Syracuse’s 95X. Their latest release, The Wayside, was released in April 2015.

Saturday evening’s concert featuring Trivium, Breaking Solace and One Step From Falling is sold out. For more information, visit trivium.org, 95x.com, and thelosthorizon.com.