Excellent-quality video footage of Polish extreme metallers BEHEMOTH performing their new song "Prometherion" live at the Croatian Cultural Center in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada on July 13, 2007 has been posted at Abort TV.
BEHEMOTH shot a video for "Prometherion" with acclaimed director Soren (ALL THAT REMAINS, UNEARTH) on July 18 in Los Angeles. Look for it everywhere early next month. Soren states: "Somewhere between the ideal of heaven and reality of hell falls the new BEHEMOTH video. An expression of the fallenness of man and the will to crawl through our own painful condition towards hope. This is a painful video to make and watch."
BEHEMOTH's new album, "The Apostasy", was released 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 is currently taking part in Ozzfest 2007, having landed the direct support, non-rotating slot right before second-stage headliners HATEBREED.
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