Sabaton To Begin Recording New Album “In A Few Days”

Sabaton recently posted a teaser for a new song and now the band have confirmed that they are planning to start the recording process for their new album “in a few days.” Joakim Brodén said the following about that:

“Hello everyone. Here we are on Christmas eve, and we just wanna take the chance to say thanks to all of you for being fantastic fans in tough times. However, we do have some good news, and that is, in a few days, we’re gonna go into the studio and record the next Sabaton album.”

Sabaton Celebrate One Million YouTube Subscribers With Animated Video For “No Bullets Fly”

Sabaton have officially hit one million subscribers on YouTube and the band are celebrating by releasing an animated story video for “No Bullets Fly” off their 2014 album “Heroes.” You can check that out below. The group commented:

“Today [December 20] we are thrilled to present our new Animated Music Video for our song ‘No Bullets Fly’ which pays tribute to the Charlie Brown and Franz Stigler incident on this day in 1943. The video was produced by our friends at Yarn Hub Yarnhub who also produced our animated story video for ‘Night Witches‘!”

Watch Beyond The Black Cover Iron Maiden, Disturbed, Volbeat, And Sabaton Acoustically

Beyond The Black have digitally released a new EP titled “W:O:A Acoustic Clash – The Lockdown Session.” The effort features acoustic covers of Sabaton’s “To Hell And Back,” Disturbed’s “Down With The Sickness,” Volbeat’s “A Warrior’s Call,” and Iron Maiden’s “The Trooper.” You can find videos for those below. The band commented:

“A few weeks ago Thomas Jensen of Wacken Open Air challenged us to cover metal songs of his and finally your choice, in an acoustical manner. We accepted the challenge, worked the songs out in a short period of time and are happy that we can make the work and love we put into this available for you on all digital platforms from now on!…”

Iron Maiden Add More Dates To Summer 2021 “Legacy Of The Beast” European Tour

Iron Maiden have added more dates to their summer 2021 “Legacy Of The Beast” tour. You can find their updated schedule below.

Tour Dates:

06/05 Basel, Switzerland – St. Jakobshalle (with Lord Of The Lost)
06/07 Zagreb, Croatia – Arena (with Lord Of The Lost)
06/09 Budapest, Hungary – Groupama Arena (with Lord Of The Lost)
06/11 Warsaw, Poland – PGE Narodowy (with Within Temptation and Lord Of The Lost)
06/13 Bremen, Germany – Buergerweide (with Powerwolf and Airbourne)
06/15 Prague, Czech Republic – Sinobo Stadium (with Airbourne and Lord Of The Lost)
06/16 Wiener Neustad, Austria – Stadium Open Air (with Airbourne and Lord Of The Lost)
06/19 Barcelona, Spain – Olympic Stadium (with Within Temptation and Avatar)
06/21 Lisbon, Portugal – Estadio Nacional (with Within Temptation and Airbourne)
06/24 Bologna, Italy – Sonic Park (with Airbourne and Lord Of The Lost)
06/26 Stuttgart, Germany – Mercedes Benz Arena (with Airbourne and Lord Of The Lost)
06/27 Antwerp, Belgium – Sportpalais (with Avatar and Lord Of The Lost)
06/30 Berlin, Germany – Waldbühne (with Airbourne and Lord Of The Lost)
07/03 Gothenburg, Sweden – Ullevi Stadium (with Airbourne)
07/06 Frankfurt, Germany – Deutsche Bank Park (with Sabaton and Airbourne)
07/08 Cologne, Germany – Rhein Energie Stadium (with Airbourne and Lord Of The Lost)
07/10 Arnhem, Netherlands – Gelredome (with Amon Amarth and Airbourne)
07/11 Paris, France – La Defense Arena (with Airbourne and Avatar)

Judas Priest, Sabaton, Lacuna Coil, Etc. Set For Inaugural Warlando Metal Fest In Orlando, FL

The details have been revealed for the inaugural Warlando Metal Fest in Orlando, FL. The event is scheduled to take place at the Orlando Amphitheater at Central Florida Fairgrounds on September 11, 2021 and it will feature: Judas Priest, Sabaton, Lacuna Coil, Soulfly, Mushroomhead, and Uncured.

Sabaton Premiere “Devil Dogs” Video

Sabaton have premiered a new video for their song “Devil Dogs.” This track is from the band’s latest album “The Great War.” The group commented:

“On this day, in 1918, the Battle of Belleau Wood ended. Though unconfirmed, it has been widely accepted the U.S. Marine Corps’ nickname, the ‘Devil Dogs’, originated from the Germans at the Battle of Belleau Wood for the Marine’s relentless tenacity as vigorous shock troops and remarkable marksmen.”

Sabaton Announce Swedish Tour

Sabaton have announced an early 2021 Swedish headlining tour. HULKOFF will open.

Tour Dates:

01/22 Karlstad, SWE – Nöjesfabriken
01/23 Örebro, SWE – Conventum Kongress
01/25 Umeå, SWE – Idun Folkets Hus
01/26 Östersund, SWE – Folkets Hus
01/28 Piteå, SWE – Rivierahallen Pite Havsbad
01/29 Luleå, SWE – Kulturens Hus
01/30 Skellefteå, SWE – Folkparken
02/01 Helsingborg, SWE – Sundspärlan
02/02 Malmö, SWE – Slaghthuset
02/03 Halmstad, SWE – Live
02/04 Trollhättan, SWE – Apollon
02/06 Ronneby, SWE – Klubb Ronn
02/07 Eskilstuna, SWE – Lokomotivet
02/09 Husqvarna, SWE – Folkets Park
02/10 Kristianstad, SWE – Södra Kasern
02/12 Älmhult, SWE – Arenan Älmhults Handelsplats
02/13 Borås, SWE – Åhaga
02/14 Linköping, SWE – Garden
02/15 Kalmar, SWE – KalmarSalen
02/17 Norrköping, SWE – Flygeln
02/18 Gävle, SWE – Gasklockorna
02/19 Borlänge, SWE – Galaxen
02/20 Falun, SWE – Magasinet

Sabaton Premiere Live Video For “The Attack Of The Dead Men” Feat. Radio Tapok

Sabaton have premiered a new live video for their song “The Attack Of The Dead Men.” The clip was filmed during a show in Moscow, Russia in which the band performed the track with Radio Tapok. This version of the song can be found in digital outlets now. It can also be pre-ordered on vinyl. The original track is from Sabaton’s latest album “The Great War.” Pär Sundström commented:

“It’s a special honour for us to collaborate with Radio Tapok. He is a very talented artist and his cover of our song ‘The Attack Of The Dead Men’ was so well received that we did not think twice when we decided to invite him on stage to perform the song with us in Moscow and Saint Petersburg. The performance was so good that we had no other option but to release this collaboration.”