Three-camera fan-filmed video footage of KREATOR's April 27 performance at HMV Ritz in Manchester, England can be seen below (filmed by DTMasters).
KREATOR will release its new concert DVD/Blu-ray, "Dying Alive", on August 30 via Nuclear Blast. The set features the band's sold-out homecoming show in Oberhausen, Germany on December 22, 2012 after an extensive 45-day European tour in support of KREATOR's "Phantom Antichrist" album. The packed and sweat-driven show was filmed by 24 cameras, as well as guitar and even mosh-pit cams.
The DVD/Blu-ray contains footage of the Oberhausen concert, a behind-the-scenes documentary as well as video clips. Approximate total running time: 115 minutes.
"Dying Alive" will be issued in the following formats:
* Blu Ray + 2CD
* DVD +2CD
* Earbook (DVD, Blu-ray, 2CD + Bonus CD)
* Earbook (DVD, Blu-ray, 2CD + Bonus CD) + 7" Vinyl (Nuclear Blast mailorder only)
* Limited 2CD incl. live bonus tracks
* 2LP (black, 180g, gatefold + poster)
* 2LP (red, 180g, gatefold + poster) (Nuclear Blast mailorder only)
* 2LP (orange, 180g, gatefold + poster) (Nuclear Blast mailorder only)
KREATOR will tour North America this fall with fellow thrashers OVERKILL.
On November 9, 2012, KREATOR released a new seven-inch single, "Civilization Collapse" (retail version: black; Nuclear Blast mailorder-only version: red, yellow, white) and as a digital download. The single contains the title cut backed by the non-album track "Wolfchild", which was featured on the "Dark Symphonies - A Tribute To John Sinclair" album, released in September 2012 in Germany via Lübbe-Audio. The band also made a video for the song "Civilization Collapse", which is said to be "mainly about the riots that took place in Greece most recently."
"Civilization Collapse" comes off KREATOR's new album, "Phantom Antichrist", which sold 3,900 copies in the United States in its first week of release. The CD landed at No. 1 on the Top New Artist Albums (Heatseekers) chart, which lists the best-selling albums by new and developing artists, defined as those who have never appeared in the Top 100 of The Billboard 200.