KREATOR: 'People Of The Lie' Live Video To Receive 'Headbanger's Ball' Premiere
German thrash metal pioneers KREATOR have announced the nationwide premiere of their live video for "People of the Lie" this Saturday (March 3) on MTV2's "Headbanger's Ball".
Taken from the DVD portion of their latest release, "Enemy of God Revisited", the clip was filmed in front of 30,000 enthusiastic metalheads during the bands appearance at the 2005 Wacken Open Air festival. The video can be viewed online at YouTube.com.
The acclaimed "Enemy of God Revisited" features the original "Enemy of God" album along a plethora of DVD extras: the entire explosive performance at Wacken Open Air 2005, other live performance videos, studio videos from "Enemy of God", bonus footage, and an impressive 5.1 audio mix of this modern day classic.
"Headbanger's Ball" airs Saturdays at 10:00 p.m. EST on MTV2.
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