Reactivated Canadian rockers TRIUMPHRik Emmett (vocals, guitars),Mike Levine (bass, keyboards) and Gil Moore (vocals, drums),along with Dave Dunlop from Rik Emmett's STRUNG-OUT TROUBADOURS project played their first show since reuniting Saturday night (June 7) at the Sweden Rock Festival in Slvesborg, Sweden.
The group's setlist was as follows:
01. When the Lights Go Down
02. Lay It on the Line
03. Allied Forces
04. Never Surrender
05. I Live For the Weekend
06. Blinding Light Show
07. Rocky Mountain Way
08. Magic Power
09. Rock and Roll Machine
10. Fight the Good Fight
Fan-filmed video footage of the "Never Surrender" performance can be viewed below (clip uploaded by YouTube user "mawi6777").
Check out photos of the concert at RockFoto.nu.
As one of the godfathers of prog metal and leading lights of arena rock, TRIUMPH formed in 1975, and built a large and loyal fanbase by the late '70s on the strength of their non-stop touring schedule throughout Canada and the USA and the success of their classic albums, "Rock & Roll Machine" and "Just A Game".
But it was in the 1980s when TRIUMPH truly became a force to be reckoned with, as a string of gold/platinum-certified albums ("Progressions of Power", "Allied Forces", "Never Surrender" and "Thunder Seven") and classic hits ("Fight the Good Fight", "Magic Power", "Lay It On The Line") solidified the group as one of rock's top concert attractions.