Noise Records have announced a new PledgeMusic campaign with German thrash giants Kreator. Pre-orders are now available for reissues of the band’s first four albums, Endless Pain, Pleasure To Kill, Extreme Aggression and Terrible Certainty.
All the albums have been newly remastered and will be packaged with rare photos, memorabilia and liner notes from Mille Petrozza and Malcolm Dome.
Various bundles and signed copies are available but the basic formats are:
Endless Pain – 2LP or CD version available. As with many previous reissues this will include the 1984 demo End Of The World (recorded when the band were known as Tormentor) but now adds two tracks from the 1983 demo Blitzkrieg too.
Pleasure To Kill – 2LP or CD. As with many previous editions this will feature the three songs from the Flag Of Hate EP as a bonus.
Extreme Aggression – 2LP or 2CD. This version will add the Out of the Dark…. Into the Light EP and will also feature bonus live tracks recorded at Eindhoven’s Dynamo Club in 1988.
Terrible Certainty – 3LP or 2CD. The reissue of the band’s fourth album adds the 1990 live show from East Berlin which has previously been released in the At The Pulse Of Kapitulation – Live From East Berlin 1990 CD/DVD set.
The seminal Noise Records label relaunched in 2016 and has already issued a series of 2CD compilations as well as PledgeMusic campaigns for Helloween and Voivod reissues. Pre-orders for the upcoming Kreator reissues can be placed here and the albums will be available on general release on 26th May 2017. Let me know what you think of these. Excited? Money for old rope? What Noise artists would you like to see reissued next?