Sabaton Release New Song “Defence of Moscow”

  • Axl Rosenberg

In celebration of the Russian Victory Day this Sunday, May 9, Sabaton have released a new song, “Defence of Moscow,” about the Russians whooping Nazi ass during World War II.

If you’ve ever heard Sabaton before, you pretty much know what you’re in here: militaristic, triumphalist, anthemic power metal. “Mileage may vary,” as they say.

You can check out the track below.

The original Russian-language version of the song is by Radio Tapok, not to be confused with Radio Topeka, Kansas’ #1 station for all your favorite smooth R&B hits. Sabaton and Radio Tapok previously collaborated on a live version of the song “The Attack of the Dead Men,” which I’ll also include below because why not.

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