"Kids Interview Bands", a video interview series hosted by 7th-graders Olivia and Connie, conducted an interview with guitarist/vocalist Miland "Mille" Petrozza of German/Finnish thrash metal veterans KREATOR on November 5 at the Alrosa Villa in Columbus, Ohio. You can now watch the chat below.KREATOR's new concert DVD/Blu-ray, "Dying Alive", entered the German Media Control chart at position No. 9. "Dying Alive" was released on August 30 via Nuclear Blast. The set features the band's sold-out homecoming show in Oberhausen, Germany on December 22, 2012 after an extensive 45-day European tour in support of KREATOR's "Phantom Antichrist" album. The packed and sweat-driven show was filmed by 24 cameras, as well as guitar and even mosh-pit cams. The DVD/Blu-ray contains footage of the Oberhausen concert, a behind-the-scenes documentary as well as video clips. Approximate total running time: 115 minutes. KREATOR is currently touring North America with fellow thrashers OVERKILL.
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