Classic Canadian rocker fans TRIUMPH are in special treatment – the launch of the “Vault of triumph” website Tuesday, December 14.
By accessing triomphevault.com, fans will be able to discover artifacts from the band’s career starting with a celebration of TRIUMPH1981 classic album “Allied forces”.
This inaugural collection will feature a selection of newly discovered artifacts personally curated by the drummer Gil moore, guitarist / singer Rik emmett and bassist Mike Levine in collaboration with Definitive authentic. Several tracks are associated with new audio commentaries directly from the band.
New collections will be added to the To jump regularly for fans who will unlock over 45 years of TRIUMPHillustrious rock and roll history through rare photos, audiograms, videos, behind the scenes content and exclusive collectibles.
To commemorate the launch, the Chest of triumph will offer limited edition signed and numbered keepsakes that have never been made available until now. And as part of the celebration and in accordance with the iconic “Allied forces” coverage, fans who sign up for updates through the site are automatically entered to earn a Dean Flying V guitar with a personal note of the band.
Noted Moore: “We are delighted to introduce our loyal fans to the launch of the Chest of triumph. Finally, after years of touring and recording, we are able to unearth and exhibit rare items and artifacts from TRIUMPHthe story. We can now share with our fans what we have stored for years at Metallurgy workshops. “
TRIUMPH rocked the world, and in the process, gave us countless classic hard rock anthems (“Fight the good fight”, “Wait”, “Magic power”, “I live for the weekend”, “Put it on the line”, and of course, “Rock rolling machine”, and albums (“Just a game”, “Progressions of power”, “Allied forces”, “Never surrender”, “Thunder Seven”, etc.).
Originally formed in 1975 and hailing from Mississauga, Ontario, Canada, the trio have always been proud of their Great White North roots. And apparently since their inception, TRIUMPH was on the cutting edge of technology when it came to their live show – especially lighting, sound, and effects. Sophisticated lasers, pyrotechnics and mobile lighting devices, all computer controlled – TRIUMPH were one of the first arena rock groups to incorporate all of these elements into their shows.
TRIUMPHheadlining tours were legendary, and the band performed in many memorable stadium / outdoor shows, including the American festival, the World rock series, the American rock festival and Texas jam, Day on the green, to name a few. And earlier this year, the band was the subject of a documentary, “Triumph: Rock & Roll Machine”, directed by Banger Movies‘ Sam dunn and Marc Ricciardelli.
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