Posts Tagged ‘Kreator’

NEWS: You Me At Six and 60+ more bands join Download Festival 2018!

2018’s edition of Download Festival was already shaping up to be a good one when we entered the year. Set to be headlined by Avenged Sevenfold, Guns N’ Roses, and Ozzy Osbourne, it was never going to be anything less than absolutely huge.

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ALBUM: Kreator – Gods Of Violence

Release Date: January 27th 2017
Label: Nuclear Blast Records


Coming from the German thrash metal scene of bands such as Destruction, Sodom, and Tankard, and being a band since 1982, it’s little surprise to what the new Kreator album would be – big, powerful, and heavy thrash metal. Thankfully, ‘Gods Of Violence’ doesn’t disappoint.

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NEWS: Kreator line up 2017 UK dates with Sepultura, Soilwork and Aborted!

Thrash icons Kreator have announced three UK shows to come in February/March of 2017.

Joining the German legends will be a stellar support cast of Sepultura, Soilwork and Aborted, and you can check out the dates below:

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NEWS: Kreator announce headline UK tour run for December 2014!

As part of their European headline run this Winter, Kreator have confirmed they’ll also be heading to the UK in December, with main support provided from Arch Enemy. You can find all UK dates of the tour run detailed below:

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NEWS: Evile confirmed as support for Kreator UK shows!

West Yorkshire metal outfit Evile have been confirmed as support for thrash legends Kreator’s string of shows in UK & Ireland. The two bands will embark on three shows this April, the dates of which can be found below.

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VIDEO: Kreator – Civilization Collapse

Thrash veterans Kreator have posted the video for their track ‘Civilization Collapse’. Have a watch below.

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LIVE: Bloodstock Open Air @ Catton Hall, Derby – Friday (12/08/2011)

Date: August 12th, 2011
Venue: Catton Hall, Derby

Photo gallery: View it here

Note: As only two members of the site were able to review the festival weekend, we were sadly unable to cover every band performing throughout the festival.

Reaching the 10th anniversary of this festival, it has come a long way from its humble beginnings at the Derby Assembly Rooms as a one day event. Being the only underground metal festival in England, it has earned an infamy on par with the metal bands it has playing. Friday brings in the first full day of music to this year’s Bloodstock, and if anything like its previous years it’s going to be one hell of a weekend from start to finish.

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GALLERY: Bloodstock Open Air – Friday (12/08/2011)

In the UK, Bloodstock Open Air Festival in Derby is the festival you have to go to if you want a weekend full of relentless heavy metal, and the 2011 line-up maintains the high quality that the festival has always been known to uphold. Now into the proper proceedings of the weekend, Friday brings a host of brilliant bands, some of which we managed to capture on camera:

Featuring: The Defiled, Wolf, Forbidden, Cerebral Bore, Romeo Must Die, Kreator, The Devin Townsend Project and W.A.S.P.

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NEWS: Bloodstock add more line-up additions to 2011 and VIP tickets are now available!

2011’s run of the annual Bloodstock festival has added yet more bands to its already stellar line-up. Latest additions to the festival’s bill are Wolf, 1349, Nemhain, Survivors Zero, Def-Con-One and the UK festival exclusive and return of Kreator.

Along with this, VIP tickets have now been made available, which all come with the following benefits:
– Reserved areas to pitch your own tent
– Full Weekend Camping from midday Thursday to Monday
– Car park pass
– Private entrance
– Access to the hospitality area including the ‘Serpents Lair’ VIP bar
– Private restrooms and complimentary hot showers
– Private cash food facilities
– Goody bag (including exclusive t-shirt)
– Priority Access to the signing tent
– Event management staff, hostesses and security in attendance
– Campsite information Hub

Both VIP and standard tickets are now on sale from the festival’s official website.

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