Sabaton to Release Epic 'Symphony to End All Wars' Edition

Sabaton to Launch Epic ‘Symphony to Finish All Wars’ Version

Sabaton’s The Warfare to Finish All Wars album is getting a symphonic makeover. The veteran band is ready to serve up their newest album in a means you have not heard it earlier than, giving followers a sweeping symphonic soundtrack model of the report.

The album, titled The Symphony to Finish All Wars, options 11 tracks, all recorded as symphonic variations, and it will likely be made accessible on Might 6. The album paintings, becoming, encompasses a soldier, enjoying a cello amidst the war-torn ruins of a metropolis.

Pre-orders are at present accessible right here. It is accessible in two vinyl codecs – one as a black single LP in gatefold, whereas the opposite is with Winter Wind Single LP in gatefold. It is also accessible by way of digital platforms.

That is the second reimagining of The Warfare to Finish All Wars album, because the band has additionally served up a particular “Historical past Version” of the report. This model contains spoken commentary from the band together with extra details about the historic background of the wars that impressed the brand new Sabaton songs. The bodily model was launched earlier this month, however is now accessible by way of streaming companies at this location.

As for the unique model, it is accessible proper right here. Bodily copies will be discovered right here.

Sabaton, The Symphony to Finish All Wars Paintings + Monitor Itemizing

Nuclear Blast

Nuclear Blast

1. Sarajevo (Symphonic Model)
2. Storm Troopers (Symphonic Model)
3. Dreadnought (Symphonic Model)
4. The Unkillable Soldier (Symphonic Model)
5. Soldier of Heaven (Symphonic Model)
6. Hellfighters (Symphonic Model)
7. Race to the Sea (Symphonic Model)
8. Woman of the Darkish (Symphonic Model)
9. The Valley of Demise (Symphonic Model)
10. Christmas Truce (Symphonic Model)
11. Versailles (Symphonic Model)

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