BEHEMOTH: 'At The Left Hand Ov God' Video Posted Online
Never one known to rest on its laurels, the Polish killing machine BEHEMOTH raises the bar once again with its bombastic new video, "At The Left Hand Ov God", which provides the band the perfect visual forum to convey its over-the-top ideals. This is pure blasphemy at its finest and it is just another step closer to solidifying their spot as the genre's most dangerous and unrelenting force. The clip was produced by acclaimed Polish director Dariusz Szermanowicz and Group 13.
Watch the video below courtesy of Headbanger's Blog. (Note: Video stream may not be available to some non-U.S. residents.)
BEHEMOTH is currently on the road in North America as part of "The Invaluable Darkness Tour Part 2" as direct support to DIMMU BORGIR. The month-long trek, which kicked off on April 2, also features KEEP OF KALESSIN in the support slot and marks BEHEMOTH's third stateside run in support of "The Apostasy".
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