KREATOR's MILLE Offers Update On Live CD/DVD

KREATOR guitarist/vocalist Mille Petrozza has posted the following update via the band's official web site:

"Dear friends, fans and supporters,

"We currently spend a lot of time in the studio with [producer] Andy Sneap, listening to and mixing the material we've recorded on the last tour. Most of the songs came out great, well maybe some mistakes here and there, but hey — it's a live record, isn't it? This week I'll enter the editing room to start working on some Korean footage. The Sao Paolo material looks amazing, and the 5.1 mix will give you the impression of being right there watching the show. Other than that, we'll start editing some ancient home video footage for a detailed history part that will contain interviews, live sequences and private archive material from 1985 to 2003.

"We often get mails from you lately, asking about the release date of the CD/DVD. I think I cannot answer that question right now, but let me tell you this much: It will take as long until both works can live up to the quality standards that we think are necessary for a release. There is no 'good enoughs' — it has to be perfect! So be patient, and I can promise you that you will definitely not be disappointed! I think May or June would be realistic for a release right now.....

"Other than that our Moscow show on March 29th just got confirmed. Another U.S tour is in the making for September.

"Greetings from Essen / Germany to all of you, Mille Petrozza"

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