Kreator’s latest album “Gods of Violence” was released on January 27, 2017. The album has songs that icluding lyrics about fear and terrorism in general.

The band’s vocalist and songwriter Mille Petrozza spoke in The Metal Authority’s interview and explained the theme of lyrics of the latest album. He said:

It’s hard to explain. If you already got the glimpe and got the idea that the lyrics are in a way… Of course, I use graphic words and very strong and heavy vocabulary, but the message is a positive one, of course.

That is because a lot of the lyrics are very metaphoric and very much deal with issues that I… When I think about certain events and certain things… Like, for example, ‘Satan Is Real’, of course I don’t think Satan is real. I don’t think any of these religious icons are real. To me, it’s just an expression, an example for Satan, God, Allah… whoever you want him to be.

And I think this shouldn’t be real in this day and age. That’s why the song ‘Satan Is Real’ reflects on the fact that a lot of the problems that we have in this day and age are based on religion and the way people interpret religion and how they make religion a tool to manipulate people and make them do very evil things.”

You can watch the entire interview from below.