BEHEMOTH Frontman Checks In

Frontman Adam "Nergal" Darski of the Polish extreme metallers BEHEMOTH has issued the following update:

"So, we've started a festival season. Two very successful weekends behind us and I guess it's time for some reflection now.

"First of all, we are extremely excited to be part of some of the best open-air events taking place this year. What a splendid way to close 'The Apostasy' touring cycle!

"Last week's Tuska and Graspop simply blew everything away. It's been years since we played both and it felt great to finally be back there and rock!

"I just came off the plane from Slovenia. It was the first time ever we played at Metalcamp and let me tell you something — this must have been the craziest and at the same time most memorable festival in our career! We started with 'Slaves Shall Serve' and everything went pretty fine even though the monitors sucked and the whole show seemed to be a bit chaotic, but somewhere halfway through the set all hell broke loose. When the intro to 'Demigod' started the clouds went pitch black and shortly after heavy rain and thunderstorms begun. The stage was literally flooded, everything was in water including us, our armors, guitars, amps — everything. But seeing the crowd goin' completely berserk, we obviously didn't even think of heading off. We'd still go on with 'Conquer All' even though the weather conditions were really awful, then our amps started blowing up one by one, till there was simply no way to continue, but yeah, it was hell of an experience. Seems like we pissed off someone up there, ha ha.

"Thanks to all of you out there who stayed in the battlefield to the end! We WILL come back next year with a complete show, you have my word for that!

"We'll be coming back in August to do another round of festivals such as Party.San, Summer Breeze, Brutal Assault, Hole In The Sky! Can't wait already, but before we do that, we'll take some serious vacation, decompress and recharge batteries to come back fully refreshed and focused! Ha ha, yes, you read it right, WE ARE TAKING TIME OFF. A whole month. I'm not even sure how on earth am I gonna survive this.

"Anyway, stay tuned for more news. There are some killer releases coming out from BEHEMOTH later this year. We've been workin' hard for last couple of months to prepare something really special and cool. Wait and be surprised!

"See ya next month!"

Upcoming BEHEMOTH shows:

Aug. 09 - DE - Bad Berka, Party.San Open Air
Aug. 14 - DE - Dinkelsbühl, Summer Breeze Open Air
Aug. 15 - CZ - Jaromer, Brutal Assault
Aug. 29 - NO - Bergen, Hole In The Sky Festival
Aug. 30 - DE - Rock Area Festival
Sep. 27 - DE - Essen, Essen Deathfest

Finland's Get In The Pit TV conducted an interview with Adam "Nergal" Darski at the eleventh annual edition of the Tuska open-air festival, which was held June 27-29 at the Kaisaniemi park in Helsinki, Finland. Watch the four-minute chat below.

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