Sabaton

written by Tomas Johansson
10 · 02 · 15

Sabaton is a Swedish heavy metal band from Falun, which was formed in 1999. The band’s songs are inspired by various historical battles in war, mainly from World War II. Have listened a lot to this band during the last month. Will add and buy the CD when I get home on leave. Those songs I like most right now are listed below.  Attero Dominatus ->  I batter away against tyrannies

Sabaton – Attero Dominatus

Sabaton – Cliffs of Gallipoli

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Tomas Johansson

I have worked in IT for more than 25 years, as a consultant, system administrator and technician. As a consultant, I have worked with system integration and development. I have also managed Windows client deployment for Swedish Armed Forces. Has a broad experience of most things in IT and still has a burning interest in learning new technologies and how to best use the technology.

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