Swedish Power Metal band Sabaton has involved in a series car crash in Tunisia that affected the entire band. There were some serious injuries, but everyone in the group will recover. The band has been forced to cancel its show in Gdansk, The band shared the news and photos in a post to Twitter as well as on their website. Poland on their tour supporting their new album The Great War released on Nuclear Blast Records this summer. You can see the post and below and additional photos here.
“We are all broken, badly beaten, bleeding and stitched up, but happy to be alive and confident that we will be fully recovered over time.
“However, after consulting medical expertise and evaluating all our injuries we are sure that we cannot do the scheduled concert in Poland today without risk of consequential injuries.
“We will be back with full force in October for the North American tour and will return to Gdansk as soon as possible.
“Until then we would like to share a few of our private images from the filming in Sahara and the accident.
“Thanks for understanding.”
SABATON IN A CAR CRASH
Two days ago in Tunisia we were involved in a serious traffic incident upon our return from a video shoot in the Sahara desert.
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— Sabaton (@sabaton) September 1, 2019