BEHEMOTH Completes 'The Apostasy' Touring Cycle

Poland's most blasphemous and entertaining export BEHEMOTH has completed its year-long worldwide campaign in support of "The Apostasy", which is the group's most successful offering yet. The most recent trek as part of "The Invaluable Darkness Tour Part 2" as direct support to DIMMU BORGIR marked the band's third and final stateside run for this album cycle.

BEHEMOTH frontman Adam "Nergal" Darski states: "We just completed our third and final run in North America for this record. We toured like hell after 'Demigod' and we've also been touring like crazy to support 'The Apostasy', but it feels like its time to slow down and live our lives a little bit. So it's about time we stay home for awhile, get inspired and write another monstrous record."

In other news, Nergal recently gave a very candid podcast interview to MTV's Headbanger's Blog. During the chat he talked about the recent tour with DIMMU BORGIR, the new studio EP and live album, the possibility of a live DVD, keeping partying under control and the trouble Nergal caused onstage in Poland by tearing up a Bible. Click here to check it out.

BEHEMOTH's video for the song "At The Left Hand Ov God", which was produced by acclaimed Polish director Dariusz Szermanowicz and Group 13, can be viewed below.


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