Watch Metal Band Trivium's Singer Get A Nice Fortnite Squads Victory

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Pretty much everyone is playing Fortnite these days, and that includes Trivium frontman Matt Heafy.

The singer/guitarist posted a video of a recent victory he had during a livestream--and he pulls off a clutch double-kill to seal the deal. Check out the video below to see Heafy wrap up an unlikely come-from-behind victory with everything on the line. He celebrates with some colourful language, so watch out for that if you're in a public place.

Heafy is a dedicated streamer. In addition to Fortnite, he streams Overwatch and also uses his videos to show off what happens behind the scenes with his band Trivium. If you're looking for more of his Fortnite videos, here he is getting his first Solo victory.

When he's not on tour, Heafy streams Monday through Friday. His schedule is broken up between streams that focus on guitar and singing practice, as well as Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, sometimes full-band practice sessions with Trivium, and gaming.

Even when he's on tour, he doesn't stop. He uses his channel to stream Trivium warmups, soundchecks, and sometimes even full concerts. Like other Twitch streamers, Heafy gets money from subscriptions and donations. His Twitch page is kiichichaosreigns.

Trivium's "Shattering The Skies Above" was featured on the God of War III album "God of War: Blood and Metal." Metal bands Opeth, Killswitch Engage, and Dream Theatre also had songs on the album.

In other Fortnite news, Avengers: Infinity War bad guy Thanos is now in the game as part of a limited-time mode. For more, check out GameSpot's video above that shows off how and where to get Thanos' super-powerful gauntlet.

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