KREATOR Frontman Checks In From New York City

KREATOR frontman Mille Petrozza has posted the following message on the band;s official web site:

"The shows [on the North American Enemy of God Pt. 2 Tour] are going really well so far and I'm very happy to share the stage with NAPALM DEATH for a whole tour after all these years. We wanted to tour with Barney and co. for so long, since we feel that our bands have a lot in common! Finally it happens and it feels really great!

"Saw some of our old friends in Canada again (greetings to Snake and the Maddog!!).

"We've added some old-school songs to our setlist, brought over an even bigger production this time and the fans really seem to enjoy the concerts a lot!!! UNDYING and A PERFECT MURDER are definatelly a strong support in this package, so come early!

"I'm in New York City while I'm typing this, and our tour manager just told me that Tom [Fischer] and Martin [Ain] from the mighty [CELTIC] FROST are coming tonight... Man, I haven't seen those guys in ages!!"

As previously reported, KREATOR shot a video for their song "Enemy of God" on February 6 in Berlin. The clip was directed by Jörn Heitmann, known for his work with RAMMSTEIN ("Keine Lust") and THE RASMUS. More information about Heitmann's work can be found at www.katapultfilm.de.

"Enemy of God" is the title track of KREATOR's latest album, available now on SPV Records. The follow-up to 2001's "Violent Revolution" was recorded and mixed at Backstage Studios in Derbyshire, England with producer Andy Sneap (MACHINE HEAD, SKINLAB, NEVERMORE). ARCH ENEMY guitarist Michael Amott makes a guest appearance on lead guitar on the track "Murder Fantasies".

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