This Friday, WAR Records will release STRIFE's Live At The Troubadour, recorded live at the legendary Troubadour in Los Angeles, California on February 5th, 2005. Decibel Magazine is now streaming the audio of the entire concert early.
Issues STRIFE guitarist Andrew Kline, "After a very long wait, I'm excited to finally see Live At The Troubadour being released! We filmed this show back in 2005, without a concrete plan regarding its release, so I am really happy that it's now out on my label, WAR Records! Over the years we have had so many people ask us about the DVD and when it was coming out... Here it is! I hope it was worth the wait!"
Stream STRIFE's Live At The Troubadour in its entirety at Decibel RIGHT HERE.
Live At The Troubadour will see release through WAR Records as a CD+DVD version of the album in conjunction with the Record Store Day-exclusive LP+DVD version, pressed on red vinyl in a run of 500 copies. Find preorders for the CD+DVD: HERE, iTunes preorders HERE, and Bandcamp preorders HERE. Check with your local Record Store Day participating store for the vinyl.
Live At The Troubadour showcases the original lineup of STRIFE playing songs spanning their Victory Records-released first three albums - 1994's One Truth, 1997's In This Defiance, and 2002'sAngermeans -- the forty-three-minute performance delivers eleven of the band's most iconic tracks recorded to 24-track audio to accompany a five-camera DVD shoot. After a twelve-year wait, the long-awaited STRIFE Live At The Troubadour live album will finally see the light of day. Featuring fully mastered audio and video versions of the set, the audio for Live At The Troubadour was recorded by John St. James, mixed by Mike Sarkisyan and Tommy Decker, and mastered by Arthur Rizk (Power Trip, Trapped Under Ice, Cavalera Conspiracy), and the live footage was filmed by Nate Weaver, Matt Bass, Mark Kienlen, and director of Photography, Brian Hodge. Todd Jones from Internal Affairs then - now of the juggernaut Nails - provides guitar on the track "Force Of Change."