Krater just dropped a premiere of their new record, Venenare, out November 15 via Eisenwald. Hear it here first!

”’Venenare’ means ‘to poison,’ and since poison was always a part of the creations of Krater,
it felt completely natural to take this title for the album after the songs were written,” the band says.
“We could feel from the beginning there is a mysterious shadow behind every riff. And the more we stepped into the songs, the more we could see and taste the pulsating venom.

“When Venenare was created, we realized, that it would sound a bit more haunting and atmospheric. And after the recordings, we felt ‘Venenare’ is a ritualistic carpet that has to be looked as one song, one fluent organism or poisonous haze that stays in the air through every song.

“It’s definitely a record that needs more than one spin to grasp its full potential, but you will be rewarded for sure.”

Preorder the album here. 

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