The Swedish hard rock titans behind megahit “The Final Countdown” take the stage with bombastically catchy riffs
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The sound of Europe: bombastic heavy metal and blues-rock hooks in the vein of Thin Lizzy, topped with hair-raising vocals and a touch of glam
When Europe began its quest for global domination: in 1979—when the young Swedish band went by the name of Force, and had trouble getting a record contract because they refused to cut their hair and sing in Swedish
When Force became Europe, and Europe became a force: in 1982, when the re-christened group beat out 4,000 bands in a rock contest and scored its first record deal
When Europe overtook the U.S.: in 1986 with the enduring epic “The Final Countdown,” which topped the charts in 25 countries
Where you’ve heard the song’s immortal synth riff: in classic rock radio rotation for almost 30 years, at countless sporting events, and, perhaps most memorably, introducing a series of anticlimactic magic shows on Arrested Development
What’s new with Europe: the band’s 10th studio album, War of Kings, which singer Joey Tempest says is heavily influenced by Led Zeppelin and Black Sabbath