Sabaton | Attero dominatus

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Attero dominatus

by Sabaton

The sequel to last years album Primo Victoria. Swedish power metal.
Genre: Metal/Punk: Heavy Metal
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1. Attero Dominatus
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2. Nuclear Attack
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4:09 album only
3. Rise of Evil
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8:19 album only
4. In the Name of God
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4:06 album only
5. We Burn
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2:55 album only
6. Angels Calling
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7. Back in Control
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8. Light in the Black
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9. Metal Crüe
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The Swedish Panzer Battalion delivers the sequel to last years album Primo Victoria.
Sabaton truly knows the meaning of the word Power in metal... for this is how Power Metal is supposed to sound.
Toured with Edguy on their last tour and played for over 30.000 people in Europe. Mastered by Henrik Jonsson (Hellacopters, the Solution, Abba, Per Gessle, Sahara Hotnights and so much more.) in the Masters of Audio, Stockholm/Sweden.


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John Anderson

Attero dominatus
Well played music. This band has more than a passing knowledge of their instruments. The lyrics are well written and insightful

Matt Bradt


Another solid CD from my new favorite band. Rise of Evil in paticular is a great song but the whole CD is strong from start to finish.