Classic KREATOR Clip Posted Online

March 27, 2008

Headbanger's Blog has posted a classic clip of KREATOR performing the song "Pleasure To Kill" taken from the group's new DVD, "At The Pulse Of Kapitulation - Live in East Berlin 1990", in stores now via SPV. Watch the video below. (Note: The video stream may not be available to some non-U.S. residents.)

Available for the first time on DVD and upgraded to a 5.1 mix via producer Andy Sneap, this release is loaded with bonus footage (including the director's cut of the band's cult horror film "Hallucinative Comas"),and is truly a dream come true for KREATOR fans. Band leader Mille Petrozza says, "Words don't do justice to the energy that was in the air that day in East Berlin, and the whole event can only be described as utterly unique and historic."

KREATOR is currently working on the follow-up to 2005's acclaimed album "Enemy of God".

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