SABATON Frontman Featured In New VAN CANTO Video

"Primo Victoria", the new video from the German "a cappella metal" band VAN CANTO which consists of five singers and one drummer (no guitars, no bass, no keyboards) can be seen below. The song is a cover version of the SABATON classic and features a special guest appearance by SABATON frontman Joakim Brodn.

VAN CANTO's version of "Primo Victoria" can be found on the band's fourth studio album, "Break The Silence", which was released on September 23 via Napalm Records. The CD contains 13 tracks, four of them covers, and two of them featuring guest artists: Brodn and Marcus Siepen (from BLIND GUARDIAN), who can be heard on "Spelled In Waters".

"Break The Silence" track listing:

01. If I Die In Battle
02. The Seller Of Souls
03. Primo Victoria (feat. Joakim Broden / Sabaton / Sabaton Cover)
04. Dangers In My Head
05. Black Wings Of Hate
06. Bed Of Nails (ALICE COOPER cover)
07. Spelled In Waters (feat. Marcus Siepen)
08. Neuer Wind
09. The Higher Flight
10. Master Of The Wind (MANOWAR cover)
11. Betrayed (bonus track)
12. Bad To The Bone (RUNNING WILD cover) (bonus track)
13. A Storm To Come (bonus track)


* Dennis Schunke (Sly) - Lead Vocals
* Inga Scharf - Lead Vocals (Effects)
* Stefan Schmidt - Lower Rakkatakka Vocals, Wahwah Solo Guitar Vocals (Rhythm, Lead on Solos)
* Ross Thompson - Higher Rakkatakka Vocals (Lead)
* Ingo Sterzinger (Ike) - Lowest Dandan Vocals (Bass)
* Bastian Emig - Drums


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