SABATON To Release 'Attero Dominatus' In July

Sweden's SABATON will release their third full-length album, entitled "Attero Dominatus", on July 28 via Black Lodge Records. 11 songs were reportedly recorded for the follow-up to last year's "Primo Victoria". The CD's artwork is once again being handled by Mattias Norén of Progart Media. On May 13-14, a music video for the album's projected title track will be filmed.

SABATON's sophomore full-length effort, "Primo Victoria", was recorded at Studio Abyss in February 2004 and mastered at Polar studios.

SABATON "Attero Dominatus" tour dates:

Aug. 16 – Hamburg, GER - Ballroom
Aug. 17 - Datteln, GER - Raz
Aug. 18 - Soest, GER - Sonic
Aug. 19 – Vosselaar, BEL - Biebob
Aug. 20 – Helmond, NETH - Plato
Aug. 22 - Duisburg, GER - Parkhaus
Aug. 23 - Frankfurt, GER - Die Halle
Aug. 24 - Stuttgart, GER - Die Röhre
Aug. 25 - Fürth, GER - Kofferfabrik
Aug. 26 - Annaberg, GER - Alte Brauerei

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