is the third album by Swedish Attero Dominatus heavy metal band Sabaton, as well as the first to feature keyboardist Daniel Mÿhr.
The Latin name is intended to mean 'Destroy Tyranny' (lit. 'Wear down absolute authority'). However it is syntactically incorrect. The imperative verb conjugation should be used in conjunction with the accusative noun form to accurately translate to the command- thus, Attere Dominatum, or Atterete if it is addressed to more than one person.
As with the
album, the lyrics on Primo Victoria Attero Dominatus deals with different war subjects. "Nuclear Attack" deals with the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, "Rise of Evil" with the rise of the Third Reich and Adolf Hitler. The song "Back in Control" deals with the Falklands War. "In the Name of God" takes on the situation in the middle-east by tackling suicide bombers and everyone who kills innocent people in the name of god.
A video was shot for the titletrack in
Umeå, Sweden done by Nocturnal Rites' drummer Owe Lingvall.
Track listing [ edit ]
Battle of Berlin from the Soviet perspective 3:43
Hiroshima and Nagasaki 4:09
"Rise Of Evil"
About the events surrounding the creation of the
Third Reich and the events leading to World War II, from the Nazis' perspective 8:19
"In The Name Of God"
About organizations like
Hamas, al-Qaeda and the Taliban, from the perspective of those opposed to their actions 4:06
About crimes in Yugoslav Wars from the perpetrators' perspective
World War I 5:57
"Back In Control"
Falklands War from the British perspective 3:14
"Light In The Black"
peacekeeping forces, such as that of the UN 4:52
Metal Crüe" Brodén
About heavy metal, it is built up entirely by famous band names such as
Kiss, Gamma Ray, Queen, In Flames, Iron Maiden, Judas Priest, Accept, Venom, Unleashed, Slayer, Motörhead, Rush, Guns N' Roses etc 3:42
( Warlock cover) 4:36
"Långa Bollar På Bengt"
(Svenne Rubins cover) 2:52
"Metal Medley (Live In Falun)"
"Primo Victoria (Demo Version)"
Album line-up [ edit ]
Release history [ edit ]
References [ edit ]