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Primo Victoria (First Victory)
Studio album by Sabaton
Released 2005
Recorded Abyss Studios, Sweden
Genre Heavy metal
Length 41:10
Label Black Lodge Records
Producer Tommy Tägtgren
Sabaton chronology
Fist for Fight
(2001)
Primo Victoria
(2005)
Attero Dominatus
(2006)

Primo Victoria (Firstly victory) is the second album by Swedish power metal band Sabaton. This was the first album they released for their new label, Black Lodge Records.

Contents

Track listing

  1. "Primo Victoria" – 4:10 - About D-Day of Operation Overlord.
  2. "Reign of Terror" – 3:51 - About Operation Desert Storm and Saddam Hussein.
  3. "Panzer Battalion" – 5:09 - About the 2003 Iraq War.
  4. "Wolfpack" – 5:55 - About the Battle of the Atlantic, specifically Wolfpack Hecht's attack on convoy ONS-92.
  5. "Counterstrike" – 3:48 - About the Six-Day War.
  6. "Stalingrad" – 5:18 - About the Battle of Stalingrad.
  7. "Into the Fire" – 3:25 - About the Vietnam War.
  8. "Purple Heart" – 5:07 - About the recipients of the award the Purple Heart.
  9. "Metal Machine" – 4:22 - About heavy metal, the song is built up around songtitles from bands like Iron Maiden, Manowar, Judas Priest, Rainbow, Dio, Metallica, W.A.S.P., Accept, Helloween, Pink Floyd and Black Sabbath.

Album line-up

  • Joakim Brodén - Vocals & Keyboards
  • Rickard Sundén - Guitars & Backing vocals
  • Oskar Montelius - Guitars & Backing vocals
  • Pär Sundström - Bass
  • Daniel Mullback - Drums

Trivia

  • The band was commissioned by members of the Norwegian Army Second Battalion to make an alternate version of Panzer Battalion. The alternate version was called Second Battalion, and the songs are exactly the same except that in the remade version the chorus goes "Second Battalion" where the original goes "panzer battalion".

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