Kreator: Under The Guillotine (Box Set)

$260.99

This is a pre-order shipping late February 2020

German respected thrash pioneers Kreator have announced a special box set that will be released on February 28th, 2021.

Under the Guillotine: The Noise Records Years Deluxe Box Set will feature six of the band’s albums accounting for their first decade of recorded music. The LPs include the band’s 1985 debut Endless Pain, and progress onto Pleasure to Kill, Terrible Certainty, Extreme Aggression, Coma of Souls, and bookend with Kreator’s 1992 effort, Renewal. All of the albums will be pressed on either splatter or half & half color variant vinyl and will include the album’s original artwork and lyric sleeve.

In addition to the formative albums from the metal legends, the box set will also feature the DVD, Some Pain Will Last – featuring the From The Vault mini documentary, plus two previously unreleased audio live concerts and the Andy Sneap remix of Live In East Berlin 1990.

Collectibles offered in the box set include a 12” x 12”, 40-page hardback book of photography, quotes, and lyrics from the first decade of the band’s tenure on Noise Records. fans will also get a Reproduced copy of the band’s End Of The World demo cassette, plus the ‘Demon’ figurine USB drive containing MP3s of all the expanded editions of all the albums. The set comes packages in a special executioner’s guillotine box.

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Description

This is a pre-order shipping late February 2020

Featuring:

  • Endless Pain – swirl vinyl with original artwork & inner sleeve
  • Pleasure To Kill – splatter vinyl with original artwork & inner sleeve
  • Terrible Certainty – splatter vinyl with original artwork & inner lyric sleeve
  • Extreme Aggression – half/half vinyl with original artwork & inner lyric sleeve
  • Coma Of Souls – splatter vinyl with original artwork & inner lyric sleeve
  • Renewal – swirl vinyl with original artwork & inner lyric sleeve
  • Some Pain Will Last DVD – containing From The Vault mini documentary, plus two previously unreleased audio live concerts and an Andy Sneap remix of Live In East Berlin 1990.
  • A 12” x 12”, 40-page hardback book of photography, quotes, and lyrics from the first decade of the band’s existence. Contains rare and previously unseen photos from the era.
  • Reproduction End Of The World demo cassette
  • ‘Demon’ figurine USB drive containing MP3 audio of all the expanded editions of all the albums.
  • All encased in a special executioner’s guillotine box.