Sabaton to Mark 25h Anniversary With Series of Special Events

Sabaton to Mark 25h Anniversary With Series of Special Events

- By Ramon Gonzales

The band will revisit each entry in their catalog, one per month and give fans the chance to interact with the band, win prizes and delve deep into all things Sabaton.

Photo by  Tim Tronckoe

Battle-tested metal vets Sabaton have announced plans to commemorate their 25th anniversary as a band with a series of special events slated throughout 2024. 

The Swedish outfit will revisit each of their ten studio albums, dedicating each month to a specific entry in their catalog. The festivities will begin with with Primo Victoria and conclude with their most recent opus in 2022's, The War To End All Wars.

Along with highlighting the albums via song facts and even listening parties throughout the year, Sabaton will give fans the chance to participate in games, contests, and giveaways for the chance to win limited edition 25-year anniversary merch, among with include some very exclusive items.

Sabaton frontman Joakim Brodén spoke about the plans to mark the important benchmark and how sharing it with the fans is the most rewarding part. "This is a massive milestone for us. Our fans have been with us every step of the way and we couldn't be more excited to celebrate this monumental occasion with them. We're planning some great things that we've never done before, and we're confident that 2024 will be one to remember, especially as we are heading to the studio at the beginning of next year to begin working on new music!"

Sabaton bassist and band manager Pär Sundström also weighed in reflecting on the band's accomplishments while hinting of what's still to come, It’s hard to believe that a quarter of a century of us playing music and doing what we love the most has passed already. It’s been one hell of a journey, that’s for sure. We sing about history, but looking back we also wrote some history! Stay tuned!

The band released the following video to introduce the rollout for 2024. 


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