TRIA: 'Stand My Ground' Video Released

TRIA: 'Stand My Ground' Video Released

"Stand My Ground", the new video from TRIA, the project featuring former ENGEL singer Magnus Klavborn alongside vocalist Ronnie Nyman of ALWAYS WAR and guitarist J. Bergman of MAN.MACHINE.INDUSTRY., can be seen below.

TRIA describes its music as "something new without aiming to be uniqe. We think of TRIA as a violent version of AC/DC and DANKO JONES."

TRIA's debut single was released this past summer through GMR Music.

The single contains two songs:

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01. Stand My Ground
02. Third Step, Revolution

A new six-track TRIA EP titled "Third Step; Revolution" will be released in late November.

TRIA is one of five projects/bands under the wings of Bergman's KMP (Killing Machine Productions) where the music is focused on energy combined with groove.

Magnus Klavborn - Lead Vocals
Ronnie Nyman - Lead Vocals
J. Bergman - Guitar, Backup Vocals


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