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Sabaton release music video for “The Future of Warfare”

Posted by on September 16, 2020

  Sabaton has released a new, history-focused music video for their latest single “The Future of Warfare.”  The band got creative for the clip, enlisting LCM Brick Show to create a stop motion reenactment of the World War I Battle Of Flers–Courcelette using plastic building bricks. The video commemorates the 104th anniversary of the event, […]

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Sabaton drop new video for “The Attack of the Dead Men”

Posted by on August 6, 2020

  Sabaton have released a music video for the song “The Attack of the Dead Men.” The track is taken from the power metal historian’s latest effort, The Great War, which was released in July 2019 via Nuclear Blast.    Basist Pär Sundström comments: “The video features Sabaton wearing gas masks while performing “The Attack […]

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Vote for your favorite video of the week 3/6/20

Posted by on March 6, 2020

Earlier this morning, we heard fresh material from Testament and Nightwish. However, there’s typically a plethora of material worth watching, and we compiled a list of ten new videos for you to vote for your favorite. Last week, we shared ten videos and based on the poll, the winning video is from the New Jersey […]

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Judas Priest announce 50th Anniversary U.S Tour w/ Sabaton

Posted by on February 24, 2020

  Metal legends Judas Priest will be celebrating their fiftieth anniversary by embarking on a U.S. trek. The group has invited Sabaton as their special guests, which makes this another tour you do not want to miss this year! The tour kicks off on September 9th in Oxon Hill, MD and runs through October 17th […]

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12 Metal Bands You Can Get an Education From

Posted by on February 20, 2020

If you think metal is too cool for school, think again, and think hard because you’re mistaken. That’s right, my fellow metalheads, some bands and songs can actually teach you something. Strap in because you are in for an educational ride to see the best metal bands you can learn from.   Rammstein Have you ever tried […]

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Review: Sabaton brought ‘The Great War’ to the Czech Republic w/ Amaranthe & Apocalyptica on 01/26/20

Posted by on January 28, 2020

Less than a year after their latest visit to the Czech Republic, Sabaton returned to Prague to a sold-out show at the O2 Arena. This time around, was part of their promotional tour for their latest opus, The Great War. Joining them were their Finnish friends of Apocalyptica and Swedish countrymen Amaranthe. Sabaton and the Czech […]

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Sabaton’s Pär Sundström’s Top Five metal albums of the decade (2010-2019)

Posted by on January 7, 2020

Sabaton are one of the hardest working bands around, and recently, these Swedish power metal historians were featured in The Guardian. The group has been promoting their latest effort, The Great War, which was released in July 2019 via Nuclear Blast. Additionally, Sabaton had the honor to perform the last metal show at New York City’s […]

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Metal Insider’s Top Ten Shocking Moments of 2019

Posted by on December 27, 2019

Compared to previous years, 2019 has been relatively peaceful. Arch Enemy didn’t ban another photographer (that we know of). Despite his failed comeback attempt, there wasn’t another Threatin. However, Green Day donated $2000 to cover damages from a hardcore show at your favorite family restaurant, Denny’s, and David Lee Roth crashed a stranger’s bachelor party […]

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Sabaton and Eluveitie gave metal farewell to NYC’s Playstation Theater

Posted by on December 23, 2019

  After nearly fifteen years, New York City’s Playstation Theater is coming to a close on December 31st, 2019, after a run of shows from the Disco Biscuits. Formerly known as The Nokia Theater (2005-2010) and The Best Buy Theater (2010-2015), this iconic venue in the heart of Times Square is closing its doors for […]

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Metal Insider’s Zenae Zukowski’s Top 20 Metal Albums of 2019

Posted by on December 23, 2019

  I try to follow the rules, but, once again, another year of good music has gone by, and I was able to narrow it down to 20 instead of 10. There are a bunch of variables that make me connect to a song or artist. Whether it’s the overall vibrations the sound leaves behind […]

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