In his newest podcast, Past the Dial, Shane Christopher Neal talks with bassist Mike Levine of Canadian energy trio Triumph. Hear in as Levine shares tales concerning the band. Triumph additionally options singer/guitarist Rik Emmett and drummer Gil Moore.
A brand new documentary known as Triumph: A Rock & Roll Machine can be out quickly on Crave TV. Go hearken to the podcast now. Hear right here.
Banger Movies, in affiliation with Revolver Movies, is proud to announce its newest function, “TRIUMPH: ROCK & ROLL MACHINE,” which made its world premiere on the Toronto Worldwide Movie Pageant (TIFF) not too long ago. Directed by Banger Movies’ Sam Dunn and Marc Ricciardelli, the documentary chronicles the profession of the multi-gold and platinum-selling energy rock band, Triumph, and is produced by Banger Movies in affiliation with Revolver Movies, Bell Media’s Crave, Dwell Nation Productions, NBC Common Canada, Slaight Communications Inc. and the Rogers Documentary Fund. “TRIUMPH: ROCK & ROLL MACHINE” can be launched in Canada by Bell Media with worldwide distribution rights represented by WaZabi Movies.
Earlier than Drake and The Weeknd, there was a special set of Toronto musicians who rule the roost. Recognized merely as Triumph, this rock trio—which incorporates drummer/singer Gil Moore, singer/guitarist Rik Emmett, and bassist/keyboardist Mike Levine—dominated North American radio and MTV within the ‘80s with hits reminiscent of “Lay It On the Line,” “Maintain On,” and “Magic Energy.” Regardless of being one of many world’s largest rock bands, the group cut up on the top of their fame and seemingly disappeared with out clarification to their followers or media. Set to a mesmerizing visible backdrop of spandex, 80s hair, and explosive pyro, “TRIUMPH: ROCK & ROLL MACHINE” delivers a deeper story about fame and the human situation whereas chronicling the band’s reunion for what could be the final time they play music collectively. (English, 97 minutes)
“The Triumph story was compelling to me, Marc, and the Banger staff as a result of it was a possibility to piece collectively a damaged puzzle,” says Sam Dunn. “We needed to understand how and why the band dissolved on the peak of their powers. We’re thrilled to be returning to TIFF for the world premiere of this movie!”
“Sam and Marc did an impressive job documenting what it has been prefer to have been aboard the Triumph practice for the previous near-50 years,” raves Triumph bassist Mike Levine. “For followers outdated, new, and people to come back sooner or later, that is all they’ll have to know concerning the band.”
“TRIUMPH: ROCK & ROLL MACHINE” come to Crave TV quickly!