TRIUMPH Open Their Online Vault

The words “Canadian trio” shouldn’t necessarily bring to mind RUSH for there also were TRIUMPH who, for years, ruled the waves in the spirit of radio with “Lay It On The Line” and other hits. The trio may have stopped to exist as active unit, save for a few reunion performances, back in 1993, but they are still adored by many, which is the reason why the veterans decided to open, on December 14th, a special website called “The Triumph Vault” that’s filled with unique archival content.

Personally curated by the band’s classic line-up of Rik Emmett, Mike Levine and Gil Moore, it features a lot of visual material, including an outtake of the “Allied Forces” – the 40-years-old focus of the site’s initial exhibition – cover shot and memorabilia, a lot of which comes accompanied by the group’s audio commentaries and some of which can be purchased in the online store, signed by the musicians. With more albums to be highlighted there further on, the Canadians’ new initiative feels welcoming.

December 16, 2021

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