Polish extreme metallers BEHEMOTH were featured in the May 14 edition of The New York Times. The short article can be viewed in PDF format at this location.BEHEMOTH have just completed a tour of their home country consisting of 10 dates in the biggest markets in Poland. The band will be issuing a collection of their demo tapes from 1993-1994 plus various bonus material, entitled "Demonica", on June 6. "It'll be a super-nice double-CD box with a 44-page book about the beginnings of the band, comments from the former members, and million of old pics," the band's mainman Nergal recently stated. "'Demonica' will be strictly limited to 10,000 [copies]."
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