More than 150 photos of Polish BEHEMOTH's May 31 concert at Sala Preoteasa in Bucharest, Romania have been posted at Metalhead.ro.As previously reported, MetalheadTV.com has posted a BEHEMOTH video band special, featuring interview material and rare live footage. Check it out at this location. BEHEMOTH has made its new track, "Prometherion", available for streaming exclusively at Ozzfest.com. The song comes off the group's new album, "The Apostasy", due on July 17 via Century Media Records. The band's most ambitious and epic offering yet, it was recorded in BEHEMOTH's hometown of Gdansk with the group's mainman Nergal and longtime sound engineer Malta in the producers' chairs. The effort was mixed with the acclaimed Daniel Bergstrand (IN FLAMES, MESHUGGAH, STRAPPING YOUNG LAD) at Dug-Out Studios in Sweden and mastered by Bjorn Engelmann (RAMMSTEIN, SAMAEL). BEHEMOTH will return to the U.S. this summer on Ozzfest 2007, having landed the direct support, non-rotating slot right before second-stage headliners HATEBREED.
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