Polish extreme metallers BEHEMOTH will return to Australia/New Zealand for a headlining tour in December 2007. Confirmed dates are as follows:
Dec. 07 - Subnine, Wellington Dec. 08 - Kings Arms, Auckland Dec. 11 - Amplifier Bar, Perth Dec. 12 - Fowlers Live, Adelaide (Lic /All Ages) Dec. 13 - The Arena, Brisbane Dec. 14 - The Gaelic Theatre, Sydney Dec. 15 - The Corner Hotel, Melbourne
AS previously reported, MetalKult.com has posted a new video interview with BEHEMOTH's Nergal in which the Polish extreme metal guitarist/singer talks about a range of topics including his early years in Poland's metal scene, the occult influences on his new album "The Apostasy" and BEHEMOTH's move from black to technical death metal.
This video was filmed in New York City on August 15, 2007, while BEHEMOTH was in the area to play Ozzfest at the PNC Bank Arts Center in Holmdel, NJ.
To see this video, visit www.metalkult.com.
Watch fan-filmed video footage of BEHEMOTH performing the song "Demigod" on July 27, 2007 at the Boulder Theater in Boulder, Colorado (courtesy of Chris Erben Productions):
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