Veteran Canadian power trio Triumph has just launched an expansive and in-depth website called the Triumph Vault celebrating the band’s history and music.

The website is packed with rare archival photos, images of memorabilia, newspaper articles, concert posters and much more, curated by Triumph’s three members — singer/guitarist Rik Emmett, bassist/keyboardist Mike Levine and drummer Gil Moore.

Some of the images are accompanied by newly recorded audio commentary from the band members. One of the sections offers a commemoration of the 40th anniversary of Triumph’s most-successful album, 1981’s Allied Forces, which has been RIAA-certified Platinum for sales of over a million copies in the U.S.

The Triumph Vault also features an online shop that offers various pieces of limited-edition merchandise and collectibles, including signed copies of the band’s 40th anniversary Allied Forces box set.

New images and other content will be added regularly to the site.

To mark the launch of the Triumph Vault, fans who register for updates at the website will be automatically entered into a contest offering the winner a Dean Flying V guitar, along with a personal note from the band.

“We’re super excited to have our loyal fans experience the launch of the Triumph vault,” says Moore. “Finally, after years of touring and recording, we’re able to unearth and display rare elements and artifacts from Triumph’s history.”

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