It's crazy to think, but Strife have been together since 1991. That's a lifetime in hardcore years! To close 2017 out, the California outfit will be issuing Live at The Troubadour, a DVD and album recorded back in 2005.
The release features 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’s Angermeans. The sound was recorded in crisp 24-track audio, and on the video front, a five cameras were on hand to capture the energetic set. Live at The Troubadour was recorded by John St. James, mixed by Mike Sarkisyan and Tommy Decker, and mastered by Arthur Rizk (Power Trip, Eternal Champion), and the live footage was handled by Nate Weaver, Matt Bass, Mark Kienlen, and Director of Photography, Brian Hodge.
Live at The Troubadour will be released through Strife guitarist Andrew Kline’s own WAR Records for Record Store Day, Black Friday, Nov. 24. The Record Store Day-exclusive version comes in a run of 500 copies on red LP+DVD, and the label will issue a CD+DVD version as well.