Swedish power-metal band Sabaton is performing at TePee rock bar, Limassol, Cyprus on Saturday, August 28th, 2010. Doors open at 20:00 and tickets are 25 EUR, which is not too much for a foreign Grammy-nominated band, but is a bit too much for the horrible sound they have in TeePee. Hopefully they will have someone competent at least try to configure the system.
As per Wikipedia:
The band’s main lyrical theme is that of historical wars. This can be heard on the albums Primo Victoria and Attero Dominatus where all of the songs, except the final tracks, take inspiration from a historical battle or war, such as the song “Counterstrike”, which refers to the Six-Day War. Lyrical content drawn from World War II is most prevalent, and includes songs about Nazi Germany and the Holocaust, resistance movements in occupied Poland and Norway, the Battle of Berlin, the Winter War in Finland, and battles on the land, sea, and air. As of their later albums, the band has started to incorporate some elements of progressive metal.
Also check their YouTube channel for some videos.
Via Cyprus Events.