KREATOR Frontman Guests On Children's TV Program: Photos Available

KREATOR frontman Mille Petrozza appeared on the children's TV channel KinderKanal in Germany today (Nov. 19). The 30-minute program featured Petrozza answering questions about the heavy metal genre. According to a BLABBERMOUTH.NET visitor, "the presenter of the show was a bit nervous, and Mille seemed a bit misplaced, but all in all it was a good show for kids. They learned much about metal. ('Hello kids, this is Mille. He plays in a so-called 'metal band'). They didn't make fun about metal (like many media [outlets] usually do). They explained metal in simple words. They showed some METALLICA, MANOWAR, IRON MAIDEN and KREATOR [videos], and talked about riffs etc. A boy asked, 'Is your long hair a wig?' At the end, Mille played a BLACK SABBATH riff." Check out four screen shots from Mille's appearance on KinderKanal at this location.

KREATOR's new album, "Enemy of God" is scheduled for release in Europe and South America on January 10 and North America on January 11 via SPV Records. A limited-edition version of the CD will come with a bonus DVD containing a "making of" documentary and video clips.


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