Now, three years later, they unveiled their most ambitious project yet with ‘Prevail I.’
Sami Yli-Sirniö (Guitars) of Kreator — “When You Play Together With Somebody For A Long Time, A Kind Of Telepathic Musical Connection Does Occur”
The Dublin metal tour of the year (so far) rolls into town on a rainy first day of March, and there’s no doubt that it’s going to be a tough one to beat
the set was broken into two halves with the first half being a mix of their hits and the second half of them playing the ‘Among the Living’ album.
Kreator’s ‘Gods of Violence’ examines our waking hell through glorified riffs and speedy hooks.
“Triple Threat” is a well-chosen package, presenting the band in various ways,and including some behind the scene clips. Annihilator was always a band that used a wider approach and this package documents it in a great way.
Mixed by the legendary Andy Sneap “The Grinding Wheel” shows that thrash is as vibrant, and as relevant, today as it was over thirty years ago, when it first emerged blinking into the sun
The resurgence in old-school thrash and speed metal is undoubtedly still in full swing, and Dublin is loving it.
Don’t let the name fool you: this is a mighty impressive album, full of everything that makes Metal great.