Def Leppard have officially opened their “Def Leppard Vault.” The digital rock and roll museum features never-before-seen photos, products, artifacts, videos, interviews, and more.
Frontman Joe Elliott commented:
“After months of digging through our personal rock and roll closets (and warehouses, no less!), we present you our history! Our historic vault will continually be updated with installments you may have seen with some gems I promise you’ve never heard or seen! It’s a true backstage pass for any Def Leppard or rock and roll fan! Please…step inside and walk this way!”
Inveniem’s Brad Mindich added:
“We are extremely honored to be trusted by the band to help them find, curate, and present their expansive history to fans in this new, digital environment. Def Leppard’s stories and artifacts are extraordinary, and their desire to want to create the ‘Def Leppard Vault’ so they can share their legacy directly with fans reinforces why they have been so impactful on music and culture for more than four decades. And the exciting part is that what fans will see starting today is just the beginning. There is so much more being discovered from the band and fans alike that will be added to the ‘Def Leppard Vault’ for months and years to come.”