Sabaton is a Swedish heavy metal band from Falun, Sweden, consisting of frontman Joakim Brodén and bassist Pär Sundström, alongside guitarists Chris Rörland and Thobbe Englund, and drummer Hannes van Dahl.
Formed in 1999, the band released their debut album, ‘Primo Victoria’ in 2005, followed by ‘Attero Dominatus’ in 2006 and ‘Metalizer’ in 2007. ‘The Art of War’ came out in 2008, followed by ‘Coat of Arms’ in 2010, ‘Carolus Rex’ in 2012 and ‘Heroes’ in 2014, which gave the band their first #1 album in the Swedish chart. The band are set to release their latest album, ‘The Last Stand’, on August 19, 2016.
The band have headlined their own shows and tours across Europe, including a co-headline tour with Alestorm in early 2016.
Sabaton have announced a UK tour for early 2017. Catch them live by checking out the tour dates and concert ticket information below on Stereoboard.
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Wed 25th Jan 2017
Falun is a small city in the middle of Sweden. Once an integral copper mining community, the capital of Dalarna County boasts a population of around 35,000 and is surrounded by idyllic greenery and ski slopes. Its shopping centre is a sprawling, suburban loungeabout and on the outskirts of town there’s a Max Burger restaurant. Its mine and the surrounding areas are a Unesco World Heritage site, too.
Thu 25th Aug 2016
Sabaton are a heavy metal Happy Meal. Basically, you know what you’re going to get but the toy might be different from time to time. But, stick with us here, if you ordered a Happy Meal and it had Popcorn Chicken in it, would you take it back? Because Sabaton’s eighth LP, ‘The Last Stand’, isn’t exactly what you’d expect the Swedes to serve up.