LIVE REVIEW: Sabaton, Apocalyptica, Amaranthe; Wembley Arena, 8th February 2020

So much fire, so much energy, so many memories, I was very glad I went with my heart and bought a ticket to this show. I went without my reviewer hat on for this show, but it was amazing first gig of 2020, so I had to document it.
I would love to be able to thank Sabaton in person for an amazing night where I conquered some of my inner mental demons, but I hope this review from a small review site run by little old me goes a little way to doing that.

The Ferrymen – A New Evil

The Ferrymen once again have released their own brand of heavy metal onto the world in the form of A New Evil, combining fantasy, motivational, and lost love themes with hard hitting metal and slower, ballad-like sections. With the addition of Ronnie Romero’s outstandingly powerful vocals, it’s a formula that just can’t go wrong!

Forlorn Hope – Over the Hills

Chris (vocals, rhythm guitar) is a Peninsula War enthusiast, and you can definitely hear that in the lyrics. I have even learned a bit of history, including what a “Forlorn Hope” is! Forlorn Hope have their own sound, and it’s damn good. I’m hoping to hear a lot more from the band in the future, and I wish them the best of luck for going far in their music careers!

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