Swedish metal chronicler SABATON is on a mission to send chills up listeners’ spines. Today, the band that hails from Falun unleashes its masterpiece: The Symphony To End All Wars — a virtuosic, symphonic take on the The War To End All Wars, which was released on March 4, 2022, by Nuclear Blast Records.

The band states:
“These stories about courageous heroes and extraordinary incidents during the Great War are not only worthy of a whole album and an accompanying history edition, but an additional symphonic soundtrack edition that summons new emotions and adds a new dimension to our compositions. This is an entirely different take on The War To End All Wars.”

The Symphony To End All Wars is available in 2 vinyl formats: Black Single LP in Gatefold and Winter Wind Single LP in Gatefold [Limited to 1,500 units] and can be streamed on all digital music platforms.

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The Symphony To End All Wars is another fantastic output of SABATON, showcasing the band’s number one masterpiece The War To End All Wars in a never-heard-before version that will leave you stunned by its brilliance.

The War To End All Wars marks the tenth album of the band and the second concept album of SABATON about World War I. It tells of the stories, miracles and atrocities of one of the darkest episodes of modern history, effortlessly marrying these true tales to loud, bruising, bone-tingling heavy metal.

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SABATON climbed the international charts with The War To End All Wars securing #1 positions in Germany, Austria, Sweden, Poland, Hungary and Finland. Having achieved the top position for the second time in Germany, Sweden and Finland, the album peaked at #1 in Poland, Hungary and Austria for the first time in the band’s career. This and additional outstanding results in other territories have made The War To End All Wars SABATON’S most successful album so far.