- Power metal band Sabaton will release their World War 1 movie, The War To End All Wars, in museums across the globe.
- The film was produced in collaboration with animation studio YarnHub and features World War 1 stories and tracks from Sabaton’s album of the same name.
- Screenings will take place between November 4th and 19th, coinciding with Armistice Day, and fans can find dates and locations on the band’s official website.
Swedish power metal band Sabaton is taking a unique approach with their upcoming film, The War To End All Wars – The Movie, by releasing it in various museums around the world. The band encourages fans to visit their local museums and immerse themselves in history while watching the movie. The trailer for Sabaton’s World War 1 film can be viewed below:
In the trailer description, the band expresses their excitement for the movie’s global premiere in museums during the two weeks surrounding November 11, 2023 (Armistice Day). They consider this project as a dream come true and a way to inspire fans to support local museums and promote history education.
The movie, produced by both Sabaton and historical animation studio YarnHub, tells various World War 1 stories through animation and tracks from the band’s 2022 album of the same name. On their official website, Sabaton lists numerous museums hosting screenings between November 4th and 19th, coinciding with Armistice Day on November 11th. Museum representatives can also reach out for potential screenings via the website.
The band emphasizes their commitment to promoting education and history, and believes that screening their movie in museums rather than cinemas better supports their mission. As of now, there are no plans to release the film on streaming platforms.
Falun-based band Sabaton, known for combining metal music with history, has released ten studio albums to date. Their sixth album, Carolus Rex, sold over 40,000 copies and achieved gold status in Poland and platinum in Sweden. With a focus on education, fans can learn the historical background of their favorite songs on the band’s official website. Sabaton’s unique approach has garnered them a strong following of metalheads, history enthusiasts, and educators alike.
Tickets for local screenings of The War To End All Wars – The Movie are available on the band’s website. Fans interested in a screening not listed can reach out to their local museum to inquire. The band’s lyric videos from the same album tell the story of Adrian Carton De Wiart, known as “The Unkillable Soldier” for surviving numerous injuries throughout the war.