BEHEMOTH: Australian Tour Dates Announced

According to, Polish black metallers BEHEMOTH will be playing a string of shows in Australia in January 2006. Confirmed dates are as follows:

Jan. 06 - Enigma Bar, Adelaide
Jan. 07 - The Esplanade Hotel, Melbourne
Jan. 08 - The Tote, Melbourne ***special under 18s afternoon show***
Jan. 10 - Black Betty’s, Perth
Jan. 13 - Her Majestys Bar, Brisbane
Jan. 14 - Gaelic Club, Sydney ***all ages mini festival show***

BEHEMOTH are currently touring North America as part of the Blackest of the Black tour, featuring headliners DANZIG alongside CHIMAIRA, HIMSA, MORTIIS and THE AGONY SCENE. This is the group's third U.S. tour in support of their most recent, critically-acclaimed record, "Demigod". BEHEMOTH will immediately embark on a lengthy Canadian headlining tour following this massive U.S. trek.

BEHEMOTH also just completed a stunning new video for the track "Slaves Shall Serve". Look for it on Fuse's "Metal Asylum" and on MTV2's "Headbanger's Ball" early next month.


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