KREATOR Frontman Says New Abum Is 'Not About Politics, It's About Common Sense'

KREATOR frontman Mille Petrozza recently talked music and politics with the Greek metal show "TV War" ( "The new album ['Enemy of God'] is not about politics, it is about common sense," he said. "It would be a waste for us as a band if we wouldn't talk about things [such] as the war in Iraq, or the war in general. In my opinion, there are so many sources for violent lyrics. It's unnecessary to think about Satan or sword and sorcery when there's so much hate and violence in the real world."

The "TV War" crew traveled to Hamburg, Germany to listen to the new album of the band and talk to Petrozza. A 20-minute "Kreator Special" will air on Wednesday, December 1 on Mad TV (

"TV War" is broadcast every Monday and Wednesday at 23:00 CET (11:00 p.m.) and you can watch it through the Greek NOVA package on Hotbird 3 satellite. Most European countries are already able to receive the show. Plans are currently underway for the other continents to get coverage.


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