BEHEMOTH Frontman Interviewed At Norway's HOLE IN THE SKY Festival; Video Available
Imhotep's Roy Kristensen conducted an interview with guitarist/vocalist Adam "Nergal" Darski of the Polish extreme metallers BEHEMOTH at this year's Hole In The Sky festival, which was held August 27-30, 2008 in Bergen, Norway. Watch the chat in two parts below.
BEHEMOTH will release its first live album, "At the Arena ov Aion – Live Apostasy", in October via Regain Records. The CD will be available as digibook (15 tracks) and metalbox (including a patch, a guitar pic and bonus songs).
"At the Arena ov Aion – Live Apostasy" (see cover artwork below) track listing:
01. Rome 64 e.v
02. Slaying The Prophets Ov Isa
03. Antichristian Phenomenon
05. From The Pagan Vastlands
06. Conquer All
08. Drum Solo
09. Slaves Shall Serve
10. As Above So Low
11. At The Left Hand Ov God
12. Summoning Ov The Ancient Ones
13. Christgrinding Avenue
14. Christians To The Lions
15. Sculpting The Throne Ov Death
16. Decade Of Therion
17. Chant For Ezkaton 2000 e.v
18. I Got Erection
19. Pure Evil & Hate
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