Legendary German thrashers KREATOR has released a new single and music video for the track, “Conquer And Destroy”! The single is taken from their current album, Hate Über Alles on Nuclear Blast Records. The band is also currently on tour in North America. Watch the video and get more details down below.
From The Press Release
Metal titans KREATOR have released a video for the song ‘Conquer And Destroy‘ from their highly acclaimed latest album, Hate Über Alles. The live footage was filmed on March 4th, 2023 in front of 6000 of the band’s mighty Hordes in their spiritual home of Essen. This very special show at Grugahalle not only featured a career-spanning KREATOR set list full of neckbreakers and beloved anthems, but also visually stunning high-end production solidifying the event as an unforgettable night for everyone in attendence. From opener ‘Hate Über Alles‘ all the way through to the final encore of ‘Pleasure To Kill‘, the performance was a maelstrom of mosh pits and raised fists.
KREATOR are currently on tour in North America w/ Sepultura, Death Angel and Spiritworld. Scroll down for the remaining tour dates.
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|KREATOR Live 2023|
KLASH OF THE TITANS 2023 (NORTH AMERICA)
KREATOR | SEPULTURA
DEATH ANGEL & SPIRITWORLD
May 22 – Dallas,TX
May 23 – SanAntonio,TX
May 25 – Phoenix,AZ
May 26 – SanDiego,CA
May 27 – LosAngeles,CA
May 28 – SanFrancisco,CA
May 30 – Seattle,WA
May 31 – Vancouver,BC (SOLD OUT!)
Jun 02 – SaltLakeCity,UT
Jun 03 – Denver,CO
Jun 05 – Minneapolis,MN
Jun 06 – Chicago,IL
Jun 08 – Toronto,ON
Jun 09 – Montreal,QC
Jun 10 – NewYork,NY
Jun 18 – Dessel, BE – Graspop Metal Meeting
Jun 24 – Hockenheim, DE – Download Germany
Jun 28 – Kallithéa, GR – Release Athens
Jun 29 – Sofia, BG – Arena Sofia
Jun 30 – Star Dorjan, North Macedonia – D Festival
Jul 02 – Sonic Park, IT – Return Of The Gods
Jul 13 – Roštín, CZ – Masters Of Rock
Jul 14 – Leoben, AT – Area 53 Festival
Jul 15 – Gävle, SE – Gefle Metal Festival
Jul 20 – Snina, SK – Rock Pod Kamenon Festival
Jul 23 – Katowice, PL – Triple Thrash Triumph
Jul 31 – Velenje, SI – Metaldays
Aug 01 – Budapest, HU – Barba Negra
Aug 03 – Wacken, DE – Wacken Open Air
Aug 04 – Bergen, NO – Beyond The Gates
Aug 05 – Saint-maurice-de-gourdans, FR – Sylak Open Air
Nov 17 – Weissenhäuser Strand, DE – Metal Hammer Paradise
Decades into their game-changing career, German metal legends Kreator find themselves more successful and influential than ever. They’ve stuck to their guns, weathered the trends and outlasted their peers – never once wavering from the ferocious noise that excited them as teens. If anything, that thirst for sonic warfare is just as strong, if not stronger, today. Where others have suffered from creative malnourishment and artistic uncertainty, something which even metal’s biggest and best are prone to, Kreator have always charged full steam ahead – thanks to the red-eyed conviction and fearless determination of founding singer and guitarist Miland ‘Mille’ Petrozza. On 1985 debut Endless Pain, the Essen innovators created the template for extreme noise to come, fusing elements of thrash and black metal in ways that had never been heard before. Their sophomore album of the following year, Pleasure To Kill, became one of the landmark albums of 1986 – making metal history alongside key releases from Metallica, Slayer and Megadeth. And onwards they marched, bringing hellish anthems to the masses in every album that followed, with a track record few could ever rival.
The last decade has been a particularly exciting time for the group, with 2012’s Phantom Antichrist proving how they could embrace modern production techniques and move with the times without forsaking the underground spirit and defiance which made them a household name in the first place. Its successor, 2017’s Gods Of Violence, saw them topping the German charts for the very first time in their career, a feat virtually unheard for a band of such thunderous intensity.
They returned this year with fifteenth opus Hate Über Alles – which marked their first studio album with Frédéric Leclercq (ex-Dragonforce, Sinsaenum) on bass, joining Mille, guitarist Sami Yli-Sirniö and drummer Jürgen ‘Ventor’ Reil – the metal titans are once again channelling an unholy heaviness strong enough to tilt the earth off-axis.