KREATOR Frontman Featured In German Photo Exhibition

The Folkwang Museum in Essen, Germany — the hometown of veteran thrashers KREATOR — has launched the exhibition "A Star is Born - Photography and Rock Since Elvis". The exhibition includes a photo of KREATOR mainman Mille Petrozza, which you can view below.

As previously reported, Mille has contributed guest vocals to "Beyond Hell/Above Heaven", the fourth studio album from Danish metal rock 'n' rollers VOLBEAT, Other musicians who are scheduled to appear on the CD include MERCYFUL FATE guitarist Michael Denner and NAPALM DEATH's Mark "Barney" Greenway. Additionally, Jacob Oelund of the Copenhagen rockabilly outfit TAGGY TONES and songwriter Hanrik Hall swung by the studio to lay down some seriously swinging double bass and harmonica.

Commented Mille: "It was great fun to work with VOLBEAT!

"The song I sang on is a powerful metal tune... full-on VOLBEAT at their best!

"Many bands ask me to do guest vocals on their albums, but most of the time I don't feel musically challenged, so in many cases I pass. With VOLBEAT, I felt at ease and comfortable right from the start, because I'm a big fan of their previous albums.

"I'm excited to be a part of this amazing new one!"

KREATOR will re-release its latest studio album, "Hordes Of Chaos", in North America as a high-quality box set via SPV/Steamhammer on August 10. Entitled "Hordes Of Chaos - Ultra Riot", the box set includes the "Hordes Of Chaos" album as a digipak with a new cover, a new booklet (including new liner notes by Joel McIver) and two enhanced videos. The bonus CD comes in a cardboard sleeve and contains two cover versions (of songs by the German band SLIME and BAD RELIGION) and five previously unreleased demo songs. On top of that, the box set contains a high-quality, 12-page photobook by famous photographer Harald Hoffmann, a full-color poster of the album cover, a full-color photocard, a full-color sticker and a voucher for the KREATOR merchandise shop at All this comes for a very reasonable price.


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