TRIUMPH: New Audio Interview With MIKE LEVINE

Jorge Fretes of Spain's recently conducted an interview with bassist/keyboardist Mike Levine of Canadian rock legends TRIUMPH. You can now listen to the chat in the YouTube clip below.

The fans demanded it, and the fans finally got it. After 20 years apart, the long-awaited TRIUMPH reunion of vocalist/guitarist Rik Emmett, bassist/keyboardist Mike Levine, and vocalist/drummer Gil Moore took place at Sweden Rock Festival, on June 7, 2008. And now, the band has made available a DVD of that historic performance.

Released on August 28, the "Live At Sweden Rock Festival" set consists of a DVD and CD (both featuring identical track listings), and features all of the TRIUMPH classics fans could hope for, including "When the Lights Go Down", "Lay It On the Line", "Never Surrender", "Magic Power" and "Fight The Good Fight". Additionally, there are several bonus features, including the on-site TRIUMPH press conference, a cool "behind-the-scenes" segment and a photo gallery.

"It's great to finally be able show the world TRIUMPH's reunion show at the Sweden Rock Festival," said Mike Levine. "It certainly is one of the most memorable performances of our entire career! And they said it would never happen…"

"Live At Sweden Rock Festival" was released on the TML label, distributed by UMG in Canada and ADA in the U.S. The set was made available throughout Europe on Frontiers Records.


"Live At Sweden Rock Festival" trailer:


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