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Metal Blade Records Presents: Behemoth “The Satanist” Live Video

If you’ve never witnessed the crushing brutality that is the band Behemoth, then you’re going to want to maximize this next video on your screen and indulge as Metal Blade Records presents the band doing their song “The Satanist” in concert. The clip hails from their forthcoming video and CD release “Messe Noire”. You’ve been warned.

PiercingMetal Thoughts: I don’t have much to add here other than the fact that while this is a solid delivery and execution of the title track from their “The Satanist” album; there is truly no better way to experience Behemoth than with your own eyes in a club where they might be playing. I wouldn’t recommend that the newbies stand too close to the stage since the crowd surfing can get out of hand, but standing on the periphery of it all or viewing down from up above is worth doing. I’ve been seeing Behemoth in concert since 2004 unless I am off a year and its always an experience that leaves me exhausted but wanting more. I’ve even been fortunate enough to have met the guys over the years and to have covered their work here on the website. Just click THIS LINK to open up any posts that refer to them. You’ll find a little bit of everything by doing that and most posts have links to Amazon.com purchase points to spark your grabbing the credit card. Currently, Behemoth is one of the many bands that are supporting the final tour by Slayer. They are on the first leg and if you’ve interest in catching them you better act fast or risk missing out on it. “Messe Noire” will hit the streets in April.

Official Website: http://www.behemoth.pl

Behemoth Returns With “Blasfemia Amerika Tour 2016”

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Considering how long they’ve been around, I’m hoping that you’ve been able to catch a show by the mighty Behemoth at least once or more because if you are a Metal fan and have not yet done so you are cheating yourself out of one of the most brutalizing events that can be witnessed on the stage today. Their music is throttling and their presentation is nothing less than intensity times ten and if you are still among the unschooled in this Metal education, then the recent announcement about the bands return to America with supporting act Myrkur should set your plans in motion. Take a look at the poster, the press release and the tour dates below and then I’ll return.

Tour - Behemoth - 2016

The Press Release:
Polish death/black metal outfit, BEHEMOTH, has announced their return to North America this Spring with a special tour, featuring support from Myrkur. With plans to play their latest album, The Satanist, in its entirety, the journey – which runs from April 21st through May 7th – is one not to be missed! A limited number of premium ticketing packages which include a commemorative laminate, meet & greet session with the band, an 18″ x 24″ poster set (three posters), 42″ x 42″ wall flag, and general admission ticket are available now at showstubs.com/behemoth. Only fifty fans per show can purchase the package, so reserve yours now! In addition to the concert, fans will also have the chance to view “The Congregation” exhibition at each venue. Dubbed, “a symbiosis of BEHEMOTH and Toxic Vision,” the display showcases the collaboration between the two parties. Over the years, the artist behind Toxic Vision (Sharon Toxic) has worked closely with the band to create their stage outfits, music videos, stage/photo props and more. “The Congregation” is a new experience and built solely for this tour.
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Behemoth & Cannibal Corpse Plot To Melt Winter 2015 With Upcoming Tour

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It wasn’t long ago that the Farmer’s Almanac started lining out its predictions for the Winter of 2015 and according to their analysts, we citizens of these United States East Coast faction can anticipate a teeth chatteringly cold winter that will span numerous cities. They said expect it to be colder than what we experienced in 2014 and that we should think of ourselves as a “refriger-nation”. Then the mighty Behemoth announced a tour that finds them joining forces with Cannibal Corpse and this event will melt even the thickest ice and snow and bring Hell just a little bit closer to the surface. Check out the poster and the official Press Copy from the Metal Blade Records page.

Tour - Behemoth - Cannibal Corpse - Winter 2015
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The Dark Side Of The Force Manifests for Metal Alliance Tour 2014

“You don’t know the power of The Dark Side” was what I said in my best Darth Vader as I saw the broadcasted post on my Facebook feed about the 2014 Metal Alliance tour which would feature a headlining Behemoth along with support from Goatwhore, 1349, Inquisition and a new name to my Metal mind in Black Crown Initiate. Now this is the kind of Monday morning news that I can really sink my teeth into……check out the poster below.

Tour - Metal Alliance - 2014

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“Live Eschaton: The Art Of Rebellion” (Deluxe Edition) by Behemoth

Artist: Behemoth
Title: “Live Eschaton: The Art Of Rebellion” – Deluxe Edition
Label: Metal Mind Productions
Release Date: 4/19/2009
Genre: Blackened Death Metal
Rating: 4/5

Even though the band had been around for a good decade before I ever was able to see them, I was instantly made a fan when the band performed in NYC as opener for Suffocation back in 2004. I’m not the only one that had been affected by the bands powerful music and presentation based on its overall intensity. One of the releases I looked into some time later after this show was the 2002 DVD release of “Live Eschaton – The Art Of Rebellion” which captured the band in concert in their native Poland. We reviewed this DVD and are representing our thoughts for you below from the original version and then we shall examine the new deluxe edition afterwards.
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