If there is a relatively young group that manages to headline festivals on a par with bands like Iron Maiden or Judas Priest, it is Sabaton. Now, the bass player of the Swedes, Par Sundström, has been asked about “his plans to take over the world” after these gangs retire. (via blabbermouth.net)
“Well, we’ll see. First of all, I don’t want them to retire, although eventually all the bands will have to do it, including us too one day, which I hope will be in a long time”said the musician.
“We don’t focus so much on what others do”, Explain. “Our focus is on what Sabaton is doing and we’re doing pretty well at the moment. We are growing and growing and growing, playing for as many people as possible. And we’ll see who it is (the one who takes over)… I’m hoping there will be someone to pass the torch to when some of these bands pull out; I hope there are some new bands that will carry on his legacy. If we are one of them, I will be happy. And I’ll do what I can to make sure we are. But we’ll see. It is also the public who must decide it”
Sabaton’s latest album, ‘The War To End All Wars’, was released in March through Nuclear Blast. 2019’s follow-up to ‘The Great War’ features 11 all-new tracks dealing with the tragedies and miracles that occurred during the First World War.
Sabaton has just kicked off “The Tour To End All Tours – North America 2022”a tour of 25 dates in the United States.
The band members, passionate about history, saved a museum from closure in February this year. This act did not go unrewarded, as Sabaton had the honor of receiving an award that could undoubtedly be described as historic. you have all the information here.
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Is this the band that will “rule the world” when Iron Maiden and Judas Priest retire? “I hope”