Guitarist/vocalist Adam "Nergal" Darski of Polish extreme metallers BEHEMOTH is putting the finishing touches on the debut album from his new "blues, country and folk" project for a tentative September release.A couple of video clips from the recording sessions for the CD can be seen below. Nergal recently told Spark TV that he "needed to get [the music] out of [his] system" and described the album's lyrical direction as "a different approach" but still "very dark." BEHEMOTH has announced its return to North America this spring with a special tour, featuring MYRKUR as support. BEHEMOTH will play its latest album, "The Satanist", in its entirety. In addition to the concert, fans will also have the chance to view "The Congregation" exhibition at each venue. Dubbed "a symbiosis of BEHEMOTH and Toxic Vision," the display showcases the collaboration between the two parties.
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