BEHEMOTH: 'The Making Of Prometherion Video' Posted Online

Polish extreme metallers BEHEMOTH have completed their new video for the track "Prometherion", shot by acclaimed director Soren (ALL THAT REMAINS, UNEARTH). The clip is a frenetic, savage performance based video that perfectly showcases the band's unrelenting energy and uncompromising vision. An exclusive look into the making of the video and as to what insanity awaits can be found below. Look for the complete version to be posted online next month.

BEHEMOTH will team up with be Glendale, AZ extreme metal unit JOB FOR A COWBOY for the 2007 "Radio Rebellion" tour beginning late October. The tour affords the band the opportunity to perform a longer set in more intimate settings, ultimately providing fans with "the definitive BEHEMOTH experience". This is also a chance for the band to perform an array of songs from their highly acclaimed new offering, "The Apostasy", which debuted at #149 on the Billboard Top 200 chart.

"We've toured U.S. ten times during last few years but we almost never had a chance to headline our own shows," BEHEMOTH mainman Nergal states. "These last few years have been about working our asses off in order to establish our name and build a solid foundation, and now it will finally pay off. It's high time for us to come back to North America and show our fans what a BEHEMOTH set with full production can be."

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