SABATON will enter the studio “in a few days” to begin recording their next album, which will mark follow-up to band’s The Great War, which came out in July 2019 via Nuclear Blast Records.
The news of SABATON‘s recording plans was broken yesterday (December 24) in a Christmas video message from frontman Joakim Brodén and his bandmates.
He said: “Hello everyone. Here we are on Christmas eve, and we just wanna take the chance to say thanks to all of you for being fantastic fans in tough times. However, we do have some good news, and that is, in a few days, we’re gonna go into the studio and record the next SABATON album.”
SABATON’s latest album, The Great War, was released in 2019 and it hit the #1 in the charts in various countries including Germany, Switzerland and Sweden. The record has been lauded by fans and critics since its debut on worldwide charts last summer, and features numerous colossal singles like “Great War,” “82nd All The Way,” “The Red Baron” and “Fields of Verdun.”