Behemoth Posts New Video “Bartzabel” Online

Before unleashing their eagerly awaited new album, “I Loved You At Your Darkest” this Friday, Behemoth have released the brand new single “Bartzabel.”

Mastermind Nergal comments: “‘Bartzabel’ is a song that came in the midst of a Behemoth rehearsal… We had no structure, no vision – but piece by piece, it came to be, and we were extremely excited by the result. To us, it’s the eye of the ‘ILYAYD’ storm: sonically calmer and slower than anything else on the record, but definitely one of the darkest!

“Lyrically, we (myself and Krzysztof Azarewicz) were inspired by Aleister Crowley’s conjuration of the Spirit of Mars – which the video, by our trusted friends in Grupa 13, depicts beautifully…I may even go as far to say that it’s my favourite BEHEMOTH video of all time! I hope you all enjoy it, and we look forward to ‘ILYAYD”s launch this Friday!”

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Short Preview Of A New Iron Maiden Song Streaming

Iron Maiden is offering a first taste of new music from the eagerly awaited new studio album “The Book Of Souls”, which will be released worldwide on September 4th through Parlophone Records (Sanctuary Copyrights/BMG in the U.S.A.). The album was recorded in Paris with Iron Maiden’s longstanding producer Kevin “Caveman” Shirley in late 2014. The band decided to delay its release so that vocalist Bruce Dickinson, who was recently given the all-clear from a tumour, would have time to recuperate sufficiently to join in the preparations for the album’s launch.

Check out now the short preview of a new Iron Maiden song below.

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Short Preview Of A New Iron Maiden Song Streaming

Iron Maiden is offering a first taste of new music from the eagerly awaited new studio album “The Book Of Souls”, which will be released worldwide on September 4th through Parlophone Records (Sanctuary Copyrights/BMG in the U.S.A.). The album was recorded in Paris with Iron Maiden’s longstanding producer Kevin “Caveman” Shirley in late 2014. The band decided to delay its release so that vocalist Bruce Dickinson, who was recently given the all-clear from a tumour, would have time to recuperate sufficiently to join in the preparations for the album’s launch.

Check out now the short preview of a new Iron Maiden song below.

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