BEHEMOTH To Play Israel In April
According to Metal Israel, Polish extreme metal titans BEHEMOTH are scheduled to perform at the Theatre Club in Tel Aviv, Israel on April 21.
BEHEMOTH is currently hard at work in the studio tracking its much-anticipated new album, "The Apostasy", which is set for a summer release. The new effort is being recorded in the band's hometown of Gdansk with Nergal (vocals, guitars) and longtime sound engineer Malta in the producers' chairs.
BEHEMOTH quickly became the most talked about act on last year's Sounds of The Underground tour due to their vicious and unrelenting live show, which immediately garnered them a whole new legion of devoted fans. After a slew of major U.S. tours with the likes of such acts as DANZIG, MORBID ANGEL, CHIMAIRA and THE BLACK DAHLIA MURDER, the group more than solidified themselves as one of the genre's most exciting new artists. "The Apostasy" is destined to continue the legacy.
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