KREATOR Confirmed For Norway's HOLE IN THE SKY Festival

German thrashers KREATOR are the latest band to be confirmed for the Hole in the Sky festival, a four-day event set to be held August 25-28 at three different venues in Bergen, Norway. The complete list of acts currently scheduled to appear at the festival is as follows:


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In other KREATOR-related news, producer Andy Sneap is reporting on his web site that work is progressing well on the group's as-yet-untitled follow-up to 2001's "Violent Revolution", tentatively due in the fall. "We've now finished all drums, rhythms, bass and leads, and currently have one vocal complete, which sounds great," he writes. "I personally think it's a cool progression from the last album, [Drummer] Ventor sounds more confident, playing like a mad man and some frantic riffing from [Mille] Petrozza. Looks like we've got another week left on vocals then 10 to 12 days mixing, which we have to sort out around schedules." A 38-second Quicktime clip of the laying down the basic tracks for the new album at Backstage Studios in Derbyshire, England with producer Sneap can be viewed at this location (3.6 MB).


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