Kreator: "666 - World Divided"

Kreator, the highly-influential thrash metal band formed in 1982 in Germany, has released their first new song in three years, with an accompanying video. "666 - World Divided" features Kreator founder, frontman, and ESP Signature artist Mille Petrozza using his LTD MK-600 signature guitar. This song is also the first by Kreator to feature the band's newest member, longtime ESP bass player Frédéric Leclercq, who joined Kreator last year after a long stint as the bassist of DragonForce. This song is from a new split EP along with Lamb of God, a band featuring ESP players Will Adler and John Campbell. The LTD MK-600 is a modified version of the ESP Arrow that we call a “Double Arrow”, resulting in a streamlined, beveled look that’s perfect for all heavy music styles, and features a neck-thru-body design, a Floyd Rose 1000 bridge, Grover tuners, and the innovative Fishman Fluence Modern Humbucker active pickups.

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Lucifer

Wooh! Goosebumps. Always been a fan of this band. fence builders greenville sc

Finn S.

Awesome comeback video with Mille Petrozza.  His guitar is awesome as well. Cincinnati business for sale

Frederick B.

\m/\m/\m/ Gotta love Kreator!