Thorbjörn "Thobbe" Englund, lead guitarist of Sweden's SABATON, will release his second solo album filled with super-intense, high-quality guitar playing and a fantastic tone. Due on May 22 via Lion Music, "From The Wilderness" was composed and recorded while Englund was touring the world with SABATON.
Englund previously released five albums with his first band WINTERLONG, two albums with STAR QUEEN and his first solo album, "Influences", on Lion Music before joining SABATON.
"From The Wilderness" track listing:
02. Stormy Nights
03. A Lonely Hunter
04. Life from Death
05. Justice of Nature
06. Hunting Under a Blood Red Moon
08. Eternal Struggle
09. Vargen Öde
10. Fingerspitzengefühl (bonus track)
To celebrate their triumphant return to North America this spring, SABATON released a special, three-disc limited-edition deluxe version of their 2014 album, "Heroes", in the U.S. and Canada on April 7 via Nuclear Blast.
Limited to 5,000 copies, this deluxe edition includes two discs of live audio recorded on the 2014 Sabaton Cruise in addition to the original ten "Heroes" album tracks.
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