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Kreator at Bruce, Australia in UC Refectory 2024
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Fan Reviews

The Snake
February 16th 2024
It was nice overall. Wasn’t catch the meet and greet, didn’t get the photo. The venue staffs are kind and helpful, they helped me later to get my vinyl signed so it was not that pity
Bruce, Australia@
UC Refectory
Joe
May 24th 2023
I had been waiting many years to see Kreator & wow were we blown away! In my opinion the best metal performance I've ever seen in my life, hail Kreator! My son was also amazed. He is 12 & I am raising him proper by blessing him with Metal lol!
San Antonio, TX@
Aztec Theatre
James
May 21st 2023
Experienced my first, second, and third Walls of Death at this concert. Pit was vicious, but well disciplined. We proudly flew the Flag of Hate. And will always fly it for Kreator.
Atlanta, GA@
Heaven at The Masquerade
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About Kreator

One thing‘s for sure: There aren‘t many bands with a history as long and eventful as
KREATOR‘s, who fascinatingly succeed in exploring new horizons while challenging and reinventing themselves time and again, resulting in high impact results - as is perfectly illustrated by their new record Gods Of Violence (out on January 27, 2017). With this 14th studio album of their impressive career, the thrashers from Essen, Germany have crafted a work of art of utmost vigor, drawing its unfailing power from the pounding heart of one of the greatest, most versatile metal bands of all time. Gods Of Violence lives and breathes!

As is often the case, it all started with a good idea. KREATOR mastermind Mille Petrozza had followed the latest news with growing concern. Especially the November 2015 Paris attacks made him realize that there had to be a continuum of human malevolence, running like a thread through the ages, from ancient times up to the present day. These thoughts led Petrozza to interlocking current events with tales from Greek mythology, eventuating in the song Gods Of Violence that was consequently chosen as the album‘s name giver. “Currently, religion has regained a level of importance that I would have never considered possible 20 years ago,” Mille states. “An extremely dangerous polarization is taking place, giving rise to growing hate among us all. That‘s what I wanted to write about.”

Like this, a key note of the album was found that is also reflected in the sheer brutality of “World War Now”, among others. The song‘s deriving from the observation that we‘re in the middle of a World War III of sorts, but not in the way we‘ve always feared: A-bomb dropped, humanity wiped out. “These days, our weapons of mass destruction are called hatred and religious delusion,” says Petrozza. It‘s a vertical war, being fought by the media as well as by fanatics of all shades.
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Genres:
Thrash Metal
Band Members:
Ventor - Drums, Mille Petrozza - Vocals / Guitar, Sami Yli-Sirniö - Guitar, Christian Giesler - Bass
Hometown:
Essen, Germany

concerts and tour dates

Upcoming
Past

Live Photos of Kreator

Kreator at Bruce, Australia in UC Refectory 2024
View All Photos

Kreator merch
amazonview store

Under the Guillotine
$29.98
View All
Kreator's tour

Fan Reviews

The Snake
February 16th 2024
It was nice overall. Wasn’t catch the meet and greet, didn’t get the photo. The venue staffs are kind and helpful, they helped me later to get my vinyl signed so it was not that pity
Bruce, Australia@
UC Refectory
Joe
May 24th 2023
I had been waiting many years to see Kreator & wow were we blown away! In my opinion the best metal performance I've ever seen in my life, hail Kreator! My son was also amazed. He is 12 & I am raising him proper by blessing him with Metal lol!
San Antonio, TX@
Aztec Theatre
James
May 21st 2023
Experienced my first, second, and third Walls of Death at this concert. Pit was vicious, but well disciplined. We proudly flew the Flag of Hate. And will always fly it for Kreator.
Atlanta, GA@
Heaven at The Masquerade
View More Fan Reviews

About Kreator

One thing‘s for sure: There aren‘t many bands with a history as long and eventful as
KREATOR‘s, who fascinatingly succeed in exploring new horizons while challenging and reinventing themselves time and again, resulting in high impact results - as is perfectly illustrated by their new record Gods Of Violence (out on January 27, 2017). With this 14th studio album of their impressive career, the thrashers from Essen, Germany have crafted a work of art of utmost vigor, drawing its unfailing power from the pounding heart of one of the greatest, most versatile metal bands of all time. Gods Of Violence lives and breathes!

As is often the case, it all started with a good idea. KREATOR mastermind Mille Petrozza had followed the latest news with growing concern. Especially the November 2015 Paris attacks made him realize that there had to be a continuum of human malevolence, running like a thread through the ages, from ancient times up to the present day. These thoughts led Petrozza to interlocking current events with tales from Greek mythology, eventuating in the song Gods Of Violence that was consequently chosen as the album‘s name giver. “Currently, religion has regained a level of importance that I would have never considered possible 20 years ago,” Mille states. “An extremely dangerous polarization is taking place, giving rise to growing hate among us all. That‘s what I wanted to write about.”

Like this, a key note of the album was found that is also reflected in the sheer brutality of “World War Now”, among others. The song‘s deriving from the observation that we‘re in the middle of a World War III of sorts, but not in the way we‘ve always feared: A-bomb dropped, humanity wiped out. “These days, our weapons of mass destruction are called hatred and religious delusion,” says Petrozza. It‘s a vertical war, being fought by the media as well as by fanatics of all shades.
Show More
Genres:
Thrash Metal
Band Members:
Ventor - Drums, Mille Petrozza - Vocals / Guitar, Sami Yli-Sirniö - Guitar, Christian Giesler - Bass
Hometown:
Essen, Germany

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