Again, weird shtick. This time it's a combination of religion and combat (Amen & Attack, Incense & Iron, Christ & Combat, Blessed & Possessed, etc...). Not totally sure what they're getting at. Very dramatic, though.
Again, I'm here for the tempo and the triumphant, choral delivery.
I'm still trying to figure out what it is with European metal bands and this whole power genre.
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I'm going to spend a couple days on the Power Metal rabbit hole. Again, I'm not saying this is good music, but more of a "right music, right energy, right time" situation. With the situation being I want to use the fitness center here in the middle of the day, rather than work.
Anyway, the Gloryhammer station on Pandora features a fair amount of Sabaton. They have an odd affinity for relating famous battle scenarios through music, with a lot of WWII featured. There's a bit of glorification of war and battle, which makes me cautious, and I suspect that the audiences for their shows might lean...nationalistic...but I don't hear it in their message. I keep an ear out.
But, again, mid-day energy when I need it. And I've actually been to the part of the Argonne where the Lost Battalion was surrounded. So that's cool.
I was going to pick Primo Victoria, but the video had a lot of Armor sounds and explosions. But it's about fighting Nazis on D-Day.
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