Metal Band Sabaton Releases Original WW1 Film To Museums Worldwide


  • Sabaton, the power metal band, will release their World War 1 movie, The War To End All Wars, in museums around the world.
  • The film, produced in collaboration with animation studio YarnHub, will feature various World War 1 stories and tracks from Sabaton’s album of the same name.
  • Fans can find screening dates and locations on the band’s official website, with screenings scheduled between November 4th and 19th, coinciding with Armistice Day.

It’s not entirely uncommon for a band or musical artist to release a movie featuring their music. But the power metal band, Sabaton, is planning on doing something special with their upcoming film. The movie is called The War To End All Wars – The Movie and it will be released in various museums around the world. The band is urging fans to visit their local museum and get their history on, and you can check out the trailer for Sabaton’s World War 1 movie below:

The trailer description says the following about The War To End All Wars – The Movie:

“We are beyond excited to be finally unveiling this after tons of hard work, planning and sleepless nights! “The War To End All Wars – The Movie” will mark its global premiere in museums in the 2 weeks surrounding November 11, 2023 (Armistice Day), as part of our never-been-done-before “History Rocks” project!

Yes, we are partnering with museums across the globe and it’s a dream come true for us. We’ve created a way to inspire you guys to support your local museums and a way for us to shed light on the importance of history education. We feel this is the most meaningful way to premiere our movie.”

The War To End All Wars – The Movie is produced by both Sabaton and YarnHub, an animation studio which focuses on historical content. The film will focus on various World War 1 stories through both animation and the various tracks from Sabaton’s 2022 album of the same name.

On their official website, the band lists numerous museums that will be screening the film on various dates between November 4th all the way through November 19th. The release is meant to coincide with Armistice Day, which will be November 11th. Each museum will have their own screening schedule for the film, fans are encouraged to reach out to their local museums for scheduling. There is also a link for museum representatives to reach out for possible screenings of their own. The band also describes their reasoning behind releasing the film in museums rather than traditional theaters below. There are also no plans for releasing the film on streaming platforms as yet.

“Sabaton is a very motivated band that wants to give back to society by promoting education and history. Over the years, the group has collaborated with a number of individual museums. Now, following the making of this movie, the band strongly believes that it is more meaningful for it to be screened in museums spanning the globe than in cinemas, as this is an environment where Sabaton fans would really want to experience it.”

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Sabaton is a band from Falun, Sweden, that focuses on two things, metal and history. So far, they have released ten studio albums. Their sixth studio album, Carolus Rex, sold over 40,000 copies and went both certified gold in Poland and platinum in Sweden. The majority of their songs are all based on history, whether they be historical figures, battles, and heroic acts. The band focuses on education just as much as the music as well, and fans can easily access the stories behind their favorite Sabaton songs on the band’s official website. This has earned them a strong following of not just metalheads or history nerds, but history teachers as well!

Tickets are available for local screenings of The War To End All Wars – The Movie, if you’re interested and don’t see a screening near you, see if a local museum near you would be interested! After all, History Rocks! You can also check out one of Sabaton’s lyric videos from the above album, which tells the story of Adrian Carton De Wiart, who was deemed “The Unkillable Soldier” by surviving multiple injuries throughout the war.

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