KREATOR Announces New Live Release 'London Apocalypticon - Live At The Roundhouse'

KREATOR Announces New Live Release 'London Apocalypticon - Live At The Roundhouse'

German trash metal veterans KREATOR will release a new live set, "London Apocalypticon - Live At The Roundhouse", on February 14, 2020 via Nuclear Blast. The effort was professionally filmed and recorded on December 16, 2018 at the Roundhouse in London, England.

The London show closed out KREATOR's European co-headlining tour with DIMMU BORGIR. Also appearing on the bill were HATEBREED and BLOODBATH.

KREATOR frontman Mille Petrozza states: "Hordes! Welcome to 'London Apocalypticon'! This is the culmination of a long and epic touring cycle in support of 'Gods Of Violence' — over 150 shows, five continents and many amazing memories made! We're very proud to share this amazing piece of KREATOR history with you; three professionally shot shows, plus professionally mixed and mastered audio; all of which has been meticulously laboured over to produce the best-ever KREATOR live release! But if this is still not enough for you…you can witness the real thing this spring when we embark on the 'State Of Unrest' tour with the mighty LAMB OF GOD and POWER TRIP! Respect!"

To mark the occasion, KREATOR has previewed the new release with the first single "Satan Is Real", capturing the mood and spirit of the concert's stunning visuals. Check out the video below.

"Satan Is Real" is available on all major streaming platforms and for download.

The preorder for "London Apocalypticon - Live At The Roundhouse" starts on December 13.

KREATOR played its first show with the band's new bass player, Frédéric Leclercq, on October 5 in Santiago, Chile.

Before joining KREATOR, Leclercq rose to fame with U.K.-based extreme power metallers DRAGONFORCE for whom he handled bass duties from 2005 until this past August.

Leclercq's first tour as KREATOR's new bass player will be the "State Of Unrest" spring 2020 European co-headlining run with LAMB OF GOD.

KREATOR released its most recent album, "Gods Of Violence", in early 2017.


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