Behemoth

Album Review: Behemoth - "The Satanist"

In 1991 in Poland, Behemoth was formed. Capitalizing on the momentum and popularity of Venom and learning from the mistakes of Mayhem, Behemoth became the logical extension of Venom’s musical trend – more expressive, more visceral, darker and dirtier. Behemoth also became the answer to an intellectual question about metal – how far down this path can we go? How scary and vulgar can metal be and still attract an audience? For years, Nergal and his compatriots answered that call and laid claim to the throne of extreme metal in Europe.

Album Review: Behemoth - "Demonica"

Behemoth. A name that carries a lot of weight, and a lot of stigma in metal circles. Considered the fathers of the Polish death/black/extreme metal scene, Behemoth has been both the center of celebration and consternation for over two decades. Cited on a 2007 list by Polish officials of artists who allegedly promote murder and Satanism, Behemoth is no stranger to controversy.

New Video For Behemoth's "Lucifer" Is Super Evil

Poland's Behemoth are so freakin evil it will make you gouge your eyes out. Need proof? Check out their new video for their track "Lucifer" off of 2009's "Evangelion". It's so chock full of evil that I don't even know what to do with myself. What took them so long to make the video you might ask? Well lead singer Adam "Nergal" Darski was busy kicking leukemia's ass all over the place, fighting charges that stem from a 2007 incident where he tore up a bible on stage in his homeland and lastly landing a spot on Poland's version of "The Voice". Seriously, that last one isn't a joke.

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