Sabaton at The Gramercy Theatre in NYC

This was my first SABATON show but it won't be my last. I was gobsmackingly blown away by this band. They have everything you need to have a rocking good time! Joakim Broden had that "Village People Cop" thing happening and it took a lot for me to get over it and remember this is a Swedish band. But the 70s are strong in my midichlorians. He's got an amazing set of pipes and can work a stage. Reminded me of a metal Freddy Mercury. The bass player, Par Sundstrom had a perpetual smile on his face. It was quite infectious and you realize he was happy to be in NYC, happy to be playing on stage, and just generally, .... happy! Oskar and Ricard are responsible for the twin guitar attack. Daniel Myhr on keyboards and Daniel Mullback round out this Swedish Viking Metal Band. The band has been around since 1999! I feel quite late to the SABATON party, but Joakim promised that this stop in NYC (their second ever) won't be the last and a headlining tour of the USA may be on the horizon. Count me there!

Remaining 2011 Tour Dates (current as of date posted)

23.09.11 Cleveland, OH Peabody's
24.09.11 Detroit, MI Blondie's
26.09.11 Chicago, IL Reggie's Rock Club
27.09.11 St. Paul, MN Station 4
28.09.11 Winnipeg, MB The Osbourne Village Inn
29.09.11 Regina, SK Exchange
30.09.11 Edmonton, ALB Starlite Room
02.10.11 Seattle, WA El Corazon
03.10.11 Vancouver, BC The Venue
05.10.11 San Francisco, CA Grand Ballroom at The Regency Center
06.10.11 Hollywood, CA The Key Club
07.10.11 Tempe, AZ The Clubhouse
08.10.11 Salt Lake City, UT The Complex
09.10.11 Denver, CO Bluebird Theater
11.10.11 Houston, TX Numbers
12.10.11 Dallas, TX Trees
13.10.11 Austin, TX Emo's Alternative Lounging HEADLINE
14.10.11 San Antonio, TX Backstage Live HEADLINE *FREE SHOW*
16.10.11 Atlanta, GA Masquerade HEADLINE
17.10.11 West Springfield, VA Jaxx HEADLINE
16.12.11 London Koko HEADLINE
18.12.11 Antwerp Trix / Hof Ter Lo Last Battle of the World War Tour!









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