KREATOR Mainman Comments On KING DIAMOND Tour Cancellation

Guitarist/vocalist Mille Petrozza of the German thrashers KREATOR has issued the following statement:

"First of all, We are very disapointed that our tour [with KING DIAMOND] in March/April is not going to happen! We were really looking forward to see all our North American fans again and were preparing a killer show for you! But I must also say that right now the most important thing is King Diamond's health. I want to see the King playing shows and producing albums for many years to come in good shape and so all I can say in the name of the whole band at this point is: Get well soon, King, and all the strength and best wishes from Germany! All hail to the King!"

More information about KREATOR's future plans will become available in the next few days. conducted an interview with Mille Petrozza at this month's Aalborg Metal Festival in Denmark. Download the nine-minute audio file at this location.

KREATOR's live video for "People of the Lie", taken from the DVD portion of their latest release, "Enemy of God Revisited", can be viewed at this location. The clip was filmed in front of 30,000 enthusiastic metalheads during the bands appearance at the 2005 Wacken Open Air festival.

Watch fan-filmed video footage of KREATOR performing the track "People of the Lie" at the Damnation Festival, which was held at Leeds Metropolitan University (England) on October 20, 2007:

(Thanks: Squeak)


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