Polish extreme metallers BEHEMOTH made their triumphant return to U.S. last week as a part of massive Sounds Of The Underground tour in support of the band's latest record, "Demigod". Vocalist/guitarist Nergal checks in with the following report:

"We've been on the road for more than a week now and let me tell you something: it's the most fun tour we've ever been on. Every day is a massive party and it's rather hard to avoid it ha ha...I'm happy to see that all the bands and the crew people can become such a happy metal family. Thank you all for that! Bah, I forgot about the very generous Jagermeister people at the Jagermeister tent, roasted salmon and shots rule, ha ha...

"I love watching GWAR almost every day. These guys are just pure fun to watch and hang out with. CANNIBAL nails it every show too. What a merciless killing machine. I'm suprised by the TRIVIUM set a lot what a talented band. A few minutes ago I was checking out IN FLAMES and believe me, 'Take This Life' sounds huuuge in live version...

"The shows are tough due to the merciless heat. We go on around 3 p.m. every day in full sun armored in spikes and leather. It's not an easy thing to do but the feedback we get from the crowd is overwhelming. Thanx for showing up early and attending our signing sessions. It's definitely worth struggling the harsh weather conditions for fans like you! No matter what, we are the devil and the devil's work we do!"


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