To my surprise the band here on some songs do still touch upon their trademark sound just a bit. No you won’t find any tracks like classic Ranger cuts “Don’t Tell Me You Love Me” or “Four In The Morning” but still is a step forward none the less.
At just over 70 minutes, Terminal is a very long album, but it never even begins to overstay its welcome. It’s an excellent gothic/doom metal album which is highly recommended to anyone who enjoys that mixture of styles, and to anyone who enjoys music that can seamlessly transition from calm to chaotic (or do the opposite of that) within seconds.
Swedish heavy metal heroes SABATON reveal the title and artwork of their new studio album that will be released in summer 2019.