Sabaton, a band that was formed in 1999, write their songs mainly inspired by historical wars. The name of the band has also a connection to military armour.
The lead singer Joakim Brodén has been a member of the band from the beginning. The same with the bass player Pär Sundström. Today the band also consists of Chris Rörland, Hannes Van Dahl and Tommy Johansson.
The show this night was spectacular with so much energy and sing a long. The audience could not have been disappointed with so many great songs on the set-list. And the venue Hovet in Stockholm was sold out. A great combination!
Among the 20 songs on the set list, they played 6 songs from their latest album The Great War (2019) and one of the songs from this evenings concert, The Red Baron, you can see here.
One of our favorites is the Price of a Mile but the song that gave us the chill this evening was the Swedish version of A Lifetime of War. See it here.
They also shared the stage for a few songs in collaboration with the Finnish band Apocalyptica.
Apocalyptica was also one of two supporting acts. The song I Don’t Care is so beautiful and the singer Elize Ryd from Amaranthe is amazing.
The other supporting act this evening was the Swedish-Danish metal band, Amaranthe. They were first up on stage and was really warming us up. Their final song was Drop Dead Cynical.
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