Last weekend was historic in many ways.
One such moment was the reunion of classic Canadian rock legends TRIUMPH.
On Saturday, November 16, the band reformed consisting of drummer Gil Moore, guitarist Rik Emmett, and bassist Mike Levine — and played together publicly at an invite-only event to approx 300 “superfans” at MetalWorks studio in Mississauga (a suburb of Toronto), Ontario, Canada.
This was made official by former M.E.A.T. magazine publisher Drew Masters. The band played the three-song set — which was taped for the forthcoming documentary “Triumph: Lay It On The Line”.
This was not only TRIUMPH‘s first performance in 11 years but also its first as a pure three-piece power trio in 31 years. The tracks played were “When The Lights Go Down”, “Lay It On The Line” and “Magic Power”.