Sabaton Confirm in Studio Working on New Album for 2019

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The wait will soon be over for Sabaton fans as Joakim and Pär confirm on their Social Media that the band is back in the studio and recording the next album! Stay tuned for more info in the New Year…
SABATON singer Joakim Brodén has recenlty confirmed that the band is planning to release the follow-up to 2016’s "The Last Stand" LP in 2019. "Obviously, we’re gonna start making that album — well, we already started, actually, songwriting; songwriting never stops for us," he told Greece’s "TV War" in a new interview (see video below). "But, of course, next year there will be an album. We’re not gonna get old and start taking eight years between albums."
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