Lamb Of God and Kreator Postpone “State of Unrest” European Tour to Fall 2022



LAMB OF GOD and KREATOR were again forced to postpone their “State of agitation” European tour due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. The two metal legends headlining trek will now take place at the end of 2022, with YOUR ART IS MURDER and DOOR CUTTER freshly added to the bill.

“State of agitation” European tour dates 2022:

Nov 18 – Denmark – Copenhagen Forum Black Box

November 19 – Sweden – Stockholm Fryshuset Arenan

November 21 – Finland – Oulu Teatria

November 22 – Finland – Helsinki Ice Hall Black Box

Nov 24 – Poland – Warsaw Stodola

November 26 – Germany – Munich Zenith

November 27 – Germany – Berlin Columbiahalle

November 29 – Netherlands – Tilburg O13

Nov 30 – Belgium – Brussels AB

02 Dec. – Germany – Ludwigsburg MHP Arena

03 Dec. – Germany – Essen Grugahalle

04 Dec. – Germany – Saarbrücken Saarlandhalle

06 Dec – Spain – Madrid Riviera

07 Dec – Spain – Barcelona Razzmatazz

09 Dec. – Germany – Wiesbaden Schlachthof

Dec 10 – Germany – Hamburg Edel Optics Arena

Dec 11, 2019 – Germany – Leipzig Haus Auensee

Dec 20 – France – Paris L’Olympia

Dec 21 – Switzerland – Zurich Samsung Hall

Tickets remain valid for the postponed dates.

KREATOR recently entered Hansa Tonstudio in Berlin, Germany, to begin recording their new album for tentative release in early 2022. Leading the sessions is Arthur Rizk, who has already worked with CAVALERA’S CONSPIRACY, CODE ORANGE, POWER RELEASE and SOUL, among others.

KREATOR‘s next album will mark the band’s debut with bassist Frédéric Leclercq, who joined the group in 2019.

In March 2020, KREATOR released a new single by surprise, “666 – The Divided World”. The song was produced by Andy Sneap and Markus Ganter and was registered at Hansa Tonstudios.

The clip of “666 – The Divided World” was created under the leadership of Jörn Heitmann, who was responsible for the music videos for “Radio” and “Ausländer” through RAMMSTEIN.

KREATOR played her first show with Leclercq in October 2019 in Santiago, Chile.

Before joining KREATOR, Leclercq rose to fame with extreme power metalheads based in the UK DRAGON STRENGTH for whom he provided bass from 2005 to August 2019.

KREATOR released a new live set, “London Apocalypticon – Live At The Roundhouse”, in February 2020 via Nuclear explosion. The effort was professionally filmed and recorded on December 16, 2018 at the Roundhouse in London, England.

Released in April via Nuclear explosion records, LAMB OF GOD‘s “Living in Richmond, Virginia” includes a live version of the eponymous album with two bonus tracks, as well as a DVD that features the first of LAMB OF GODthe two ultra-successful live broadcast events of September 2020, in which the group performed “Lamb of God” in full, plus a recap of four songs including “Ruin”, “Service provider”, “512”, and the first live performance of “The death of us”, a more recent song the band wrote and recorded in quarantine for the “Bill & Ted face the music” film and soundtrack. The DVD includes a new version of the director with bonus material.

“Lamb of God” was released in June 2020 via Epic records in the United States and Nuclear explosion records in Europe. Monitoring “VII: Sturm Und Drang” Mark LAMB OF GODfirst recordings with Art-Cruz, who joined the group in July 2019 replacing the band’s founding drummer, Chris Adler.

“Lamb of God” was recorded with the longtime producer Josh wilbur (CORN, MEGADETH, GOJIRA, TRIVIUM) and includes special appearances by Jamey jasta (HATE RACE) and Chuck billy (WILL).

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