Sabaton has teamed up with Apocalyptica once again for the video “Angels Calling.” The track is originally taken from the group’s sophomore effort, 2006’s Attero Dominatus.
Bassist Pär Sundström explained:
“Angels Calling” was the first song we wrote on the topic of World War 1 for the “Attero Dominatus” album back in 2006, and together with Apocalyptica we have really given the song a new life. Due to the song’s topic, our recent album, the upcoming tour and a great demand from fans, the song is now back on the setlist for the tour.
The song´s arrangement was made in August, when Apocalyptica visited our hometown Falun to perform at the Sabaton Open Air festival. It was recorded in Black Lounge studios by Jonas Kjellgren and the Apocalyptica parts were later recorded in Finland.
Richard Erixon, our long time video producer, captured the best moments from the rehearsals in Falun and edited it into a music video for the song.
We wanted this tour to offer something that we have never done before, and when I attended an Apocalyptica show in Madrid a few years ago I already had a strong vision to perform together, so I explained the idea to Apocalyptica and here we are, with the best show we have ever done.”
“Angels Calling” will be available on all digital platforms on January 17th. In the meantime, check out the video below: