OK, this was going to go up tomorrow but I may as well treat you all before bedtime! Some big names and some soon-to-be big names - enjoy them all! Sabaton After causing waves of excitement with the release of their latest single "Defence Of Moscow", Sabaton have unleashed a music video for the song. … Continue reading Video Roundup: Sabaton / The Final Clause of Tacitus / Five Finger Death Punch / SKAM / Malrun / Seeker
Paying respects to the Soviet Union forces in WWII and on time for the Russian Victory Day on May 9, the Swedish heavy metal heroes will release their new single "Defence of Moscow" on May 7. The song is a cover from Russian superstar Radio Tapok who has a huge following in Russian speaking countries … Continue reading Sabaton announce new single – vinyl pre-orders this weekend _only_
Now English-speakers can sing along! After the huge success of Sabaton's latest single "Livgardet", the Swedish metal giants return today and add a cherry on the cake on their homage to the Swedish Royal Guard. Today, the band releases the English version of the song, "The Royal Guard". The song is streaming on the usual … Continue reading Sabaton unveil new single and music video for “The Royal Guard”
For the 500th anniversary of one of the oldest military establishments in the world - the Swedish Royal Guard - metal giants Sabaton return with an epic hymn to celebrate this commemoration, whilst simultaneously satisfying the wish of thousands of fans to sing in Swedish again. This is the first new music released since Sabaton's … Continue reading Sabaton release “Livgardet” video and announce another new single
Celebrated Swedish heavy metal titans Sabaton enter a new partnership with Nuclear Blast, re-signing with their longtime label home for a new single and much more to come. "Livgardet", the band's first new music since 2019's The Great War (which cracked the Top 10 in 11 countries, including No. 1 positions in Switzerland, Germany, and … Continue reading New Sabaton single incoming!
OK, then so it's time to draft some words about 2020 and try to make out that it's not been a cataclysmic shitstorm caused mainly by political ineptitude and a hyperactive microorganism. But I can't. Because it was. So I won't. Instead I'll focus mainly on the music side of things, which is surprisingly limited … Continue reading 2020 Crew Review: Iain “Mosh” Purdie – Editor in Chief/Grand Poobah