BEHEMOTH: 'Inner Sanctum' Video Available

"Inner Sanctum", the new video from Polish extreme metal veterans BEHEMOTH, can be viewed below. The clip was directed by Mateusz "Mania" Winkiel.

Commented BEHEMOTH mainman Adam "Nergal" Darski: "Here we finally come with our brand new video…surprised? I fuckin' hope so. I'm still blown away by the effect myself. Why? 'Coz it looks like NOTHING I've ever seen in the metal genre. Lately it felt like we've pretty much explored every territory in the world of music videos, especially with our last clip for 'At The Left Hand Ov God'. This time we took completely opposite artistic approach…we went black and white, absolutely no effects, analogue film tape…and something we're doing for the first time ever: acting. I truly believe this bizarre video will show you a little bit different aspect of BEHEMOTH's complex nature. Watch and enjoy!"

BEHEMOTH will release a new EP, "Ezkaton", in North America on November 11 through Metal Blade Records. The EP will feature seven tracks, one brand new song titled "Qadosh", a live recording as well as a new studio version of "Chant For Ezkaton 2000 e.v.". Also included are live versions of "From The Pagan Vastlands" and "Decade Ov Therion" plus covers of THE RAMONES' "I'm Not Jesus" and the MASTERS HAMMER track "Jama Pekel". The EP will be made available as a limited edition box set that will include four picture disc seven inches, a BEHEMOTH pendant and the CD all packaged in a deluxe box.

BEHEMOTH's video for the song "At The Left Hand Ov God" and the clip's producers Grupa 13 were nominated in three categories — "Grand Prix", "Direction" and "Montage" — at the annual Yach Film Festival. The event showcases the best music videos from Polish artists, with coveted awards presented to the cream of the crop.


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