Sabaton comes panzering along for the ninth time with The Great War. But is this the war to end all wars? Continue reading
The werewolves from Saarbrücken are back for the eighth time to unleash power metal hell upon the world. Or something like that. We take a long, hard look at Powerwolf’s new album. Continue reading
Battle Beast‘s Anton Kabanen is back with vengeance, and a new-ish kind of beast. We take a look at its debut album Berserker.
We went to see Sabaton at Amsterdam’s AFAS Live venue so you didn’t have to. We also saw Accept and Twilight Force play a set and this is what we thought. Continue reading
Swedish power metal warmongers Sabaton are back with their eighth album, The Last Stand. That means more stories about historic battles wrapped in layers of cheesy goodness. Here’s what we thought. Continue reading
Ah, the last night of a tour. Traditionally the night where celebratory tomfoolery and a sense of elation can either push a gig to legendary heights, or depressing lows, as bands on a joint bill will break into each other’s gigs and pull pranks. And oftentimes somewhere in between. The last night of the Heroes on Tour, erm, tour, falls in the latter category. There was also more male nudity than I care to admit.
To be completely honest, the longevity of Swedish war-themed metallers Sabaton continues to amaze me. I first learnt of the band through their sophomore album Primo Victoria and I clearly remember my younger self thinking, “Well, this is neat, I wonder how long they’ll last.” That was nine years and five albums ago, and the band’s popularity has sky-rocketed since then, and it doesn’t seem like Sabaton’s popularity is going to wane any time soon. Continue reading