BEHEMOTH: 'The Apostasy' Released On Limited-Edition Gatefold Vinyl
Nuclear Blast has released BEHEMOTH's latest album, "The Apostasy", as a limited-edition gatefold vinyl. Only 500 copies have been made and can be ordered at this location.
BEHEMOTH filmed a video for the track "Prometherion" this past summer. Shot by acclaimed director Soren (ALL THAT REMAINS, UNEARTH), the clip is a frenetic, savage performance based video that perfectly showcases the band's unrelenting energy and uncompromising vision. Watch the video at this location.
The 2007 "Radio Rebellion" tour afforded BEHEMOTH the opportunity to perform a longer set in more intimate settings, ultimately providing fans with "the definitive BEHEMOTH experience". This was also a chance for the band to perform an array of songs from their highly acclaimed new offering, "The Apostasy", which debuted at #149 on the Billboard Top 200 chart.
Watch fan-filmed video footage of BEHEMOTH's November 12, 2007 concert at The Opera House in Toronto, Ontario (courtesy of "ressurection9"):
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