Sabaton Premieres Album-Length Presentation Of Its Album, ‘The Art Of War’

Courtesy: Nuclear Blast Records

Sabaton unveiled a special presentation for its audiences over the weekend.

The band premiered the full presentation of its 2008 album The Art of War online complete with lyric videos for each of its songs. The band offered the following prepared statement about the new presentation:

 “We released our album “The Art of War” on May 30, 2008,” the statement reads. “Now, you will be able to experience the album just as it was meant to be heard, from start to end.  These days, most people listen to a few songs only, and miss a lot of good ones.  We now challenge you to break the norm and take the time to enjoy this album.  And perhaps you will learn something new.”

Sabaton’s new presentation comes less than a month after the band premiered its latest single, a cover ofRadio Tapok’s song, ‘Defence of Moscow‘ and its video. That song focused on the Battle of Moscow, which was one of the key battles between Russian and Nazi forces during World War II.

The premiere of Sabaton’s video for its cover of ‘Defence of Moscow’ came less than a month after the band premiered the English language version of its song, ‘The Royal Guard‘ and its video.

More information on Sabaton’s full-length presentation of The Art of War is available along with all of the band’s latest news at:

Websitehttps://www.sabaton.net

Facebookhttps://www.facebook.com/sabaton

Twitterhttps://twitter.com/sabaton

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