Behemoth Tap Children’s Choir For Potentially Blasphemous Lyrics On New Album

Behemoth‘s upcoming new effort looks to feature a children’s choir singing blasphemous lyrics. You can watch the band’s frontman Adam “Nergal” Darski lead the kids through a rehearsal for the song below. Behemoth have been recording the album with Daniel Bergstrand (Dimmu Borgir, Meshuggah) and Haldor Grunberg behind the boards.

Behemoth Tap Children’s Choir For Potentially Blasphemous Lyrics On New Album

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Behemoth’s “The Satanist” Has Gone Gold In Band’s Native Poland

Behemoth announce that their latest album, 2014’s “The Satanist“, has gone gold in their home Poland. The sales milestone represents 15,000 copies sold. Given the heavy influence that Christianity has in the country, achieving the milestone is a big accomplishment. Behemoth’s mainman Nergal issued the below statement on Instagram:

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Behemoth’s Nergal Shares Short Footage Of New Song Via Instagram

Adam “Nergal” Darski frontman/guitarist of Behemoth has shared some footage from the band’s ongoing writing sessions for their next release via his own personal Instagram account.

You can check it out below:

Magick is happening…! @behemothofficial

Ein von Adam Nergal Darski (@nergal69) gepostetes Video am

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Root Announces Guest Musicians For New Album "Heritage Of Satan"

Long running Czech Republic based dark metal act Root has announced an upcoming 9th full-length album, which will be titled “Heritage of Satan.” The new album is currently slated for release this coming Autumn through Agonia Records.

Root has also announced three special guests who lent their talents while recording the album: Erik Danielsson (Watain), Rune Blasphemer Eriksen (ex-Mayhem, Ava Inferi, Aura Noir) and Adam Nergal Darski (Behemoth). Vocalists Erik and Nergal provide their vocals on two of the albums’ tracks, while one song is decorated with Blasphemer´s northern guitar melodies.

Additional details on “Heritage of Satan” will be announced as they are made available. In the mean time, you can check out Metalunderground.com’s reviews of the previous Root albums “The Book,” “The Temple in the Underworld,” “Hell Symphony,” and “Zjeveni.”

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