A new song off Sabaton's upcoming release Heroes is online: we're talking about the Wild West influenced "To Hell And Back", for which the band has just released a lyric video. Heroes, the band's first album with the new line-up, will be released on May 16th via Nuclear Blast Records. Listen to the new song here below.
Sabaton's new album Heroes will be released on May 16th via Nuclear Blast Records, and it will be the first to feature the renewed line-up. The band is now giving fans a first glimpse of what the album will sound like with an in-depth trailer, in which you can listen to a snippet of the track "Far From The Fame" and to the band members' feelings about their upcoming release. The trailer was produced and edited by David Havlena of Czech Spark Magazine at the Pax Studio.
Not content with recently revealing the cover that will grace their new albumHeroes, today the Swedes Sabaton have unveiled the alternate cover art to be featured in some editions. The band also did alternate covers for their latest album Carolus Rex and Swedish Empire Live. Check out the cover below. Which one do you prefer?
Prepare yourself because Sabaton chose today to unveil the band's new album title and cover art. First, the album will be called Heroes and you can expect to hear it in May 2014. As for the album cover artwork, you can check it out right now. What do you think about it? It gets a little heated.
With a brief statement, the Swedes Sabaton have announced that they're entering the studio to record what will be the successor of Carolus Rex, released back in 2012. This will also be their first album to feature new drummer Hannes Van Dahl.
Sabaton have just announced their new drummer. To put an end to the rumors that Robban Bäck would be coming back, or that Snowy Shaw would fill in for a while longer or take Robban's place permanently behind the drums, the power metallers revealed their new full-time drummer: Hannes Van Dahl. And there is more, the group will start recording the successor to Carolus Rex in a few weeks. Prepare yourself!
As you already know by now, Sabaton are about to release their first ever live DVD, Swedish Empire Live, in a few days and the band offers now another clip for the song ''Uprising'' (from Coat Of Arms) for us to watch. You can see the band in action through the YouTube player below while you wait for its release on September 20th via Nuclear Blast Records.
Swedish metallers Sabaton have premiered a performance clip of the song "Ghost Division" (The Art Of War) from Swedish Empire Live, their upcoming DVD which will also be their first ever. Watch the clip now below, maybe some of you were there in that sea of people.
Apparently, the Swedes Sabaton are being considered Nazis and their performance in Stalingrad is in jeopardy. The band was supposed to play a show in Russia next weekend but now political people and organizations are trying to prevent the band from entering Russia due to some politician who tries to convince the Russian immigration and government that Sabaton are Nazis. Curiously enough, the band recently played in Russia in support of Iron Maiden.
Swedish metallers Sabaton have revealed the cover artwork for the band's first ever live DVD/Blu-ray Swedish Empire Live as well as its tracklist and available formats. Swedish Empire Live features the band's live performance at the renowned Polish Woodstock Festival in 2012 where over half a million fans had gathered to watch Sabaton. In addition to this, the first ever Sabaton live offering also features even more live footage of the band's performances in Gothenburg, London and Oberhausen on their extensive Swedish Empire Tour.
Sabaton fans watch out, the band's first ever DVD/Blu-ray release is coming to you on September 20th, 2013 via Nuclear Blast. It will be called Swedish Empire Live. The power metal band recorded the release last year. More will be announced soon, but what are you expecting from the release?
Swedish power metallers Sabaton have confirmed on their official website that they will be touring with Iron Maiden this summer and accompany them on some shows in Sweden and Russia. The band's latest release, Carolus Rex, came out in May 2012.
Ex-Sabaton members Rikard Sundén (guitars), Oskar Montelius (guitars), Daniel Mullback (drums) and Daniel Mÿhr (keyboards), who parted ways with their former band in April, have teamed up with vocalist Nils Patrik Johansson (Astral Doors/Wuthering Heights) and bassist Stefan "Pizza" Eriksson (Volturyon/Ex-Cryonic Temple) to form the band Civil War.
The band is currently writing songs for a debut EP targeted for the fall of 2012 followed up by a full-length debut album in 2013.
"En Livstid I Krig", which translates to "A Lifetime Of War", a new song from Swedish heavy metallers Sabaton is now available for streaming in both English and Swedish versions below. The song comes off Carolus Rex, the band's upcoming album, to be released on May 25th via Nuclear Blast. More album details were previously reported here and here.