Sabaton continue their global assault in support of their latest album, “The Great War”, with a new live version of the album track “The Attack Of The Dead Men” featuring Radio Tapok. The song was recorded during the band’s recent concert in Moscow and is now available on all streaming and digital music platforms. Listen to the song HERE or watch the live performance of the song below:

 

Radio Tapok is a Russian artist who gained popularity by covering a plethora of famous rock and metal songs in Russian. He has a huge following in Russian speaking countries with millions of fans and subscribers across a range of social networks. During the recent concerts of Sabaton in Moscow and Saint Petersburg, Radio Tapok made an unannounced surprise appearance on stage and performed the song with the band.

Sabaton bassist Pär Sundström comments: “It’s a special honour for us to collaborate with Radio Tapok. He is a very talented artist and his cover of our song “The Attack Of The Dead Men” was so well received, that we did not think twice when we decided to invite him on stage to perform the song with us in Moscow and Saint Petersburg. The performance was so good that we had no other option but to release this collaboration!”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

There will also be an exclusive 12″ vinyl which will be released on July 10th via Nuclear Blast and can be pre-ordered HERE in the following formats:

“The Attack Of The Dead Men” (Live in Moscow feat. Radio Tapok)
• Gas Coloured Vinyl Edition: “The Attack Of The Dead Men” (Live in Moscow feat. Radio Tapok)
• Picture Disc Edition: “The Attack Of The Dead Men” (Live in Moscow feat. Radio Tapok)

Both are limited to 666 copies each and will feature:
A-Side: “The Attack Of The Dead Men” (Live in Moscow feat. Radio Tapok)
B-Side: “The Attack Of The Dead Men” (History Version)