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Release date: 17 July 2007
Style: Death metal

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Disc I
01. Rome 64 C.E.
02. Slaying The Prophets Ov Isa
03. Prometherion
04. At The Left Hand Ov God
05. Kriegsphilosophie
06. Be Without Fear
07. Arcana Hereticae
08. Libertheme
09. Inner Sanctum
10. Pazuzu
11. Christgrinding Avenue

Disc II [limited edition DVD]
+ The Making Of The Apostasy

The best Death Metal album of 2007

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Rating:
8.6
Behemoth is among the leaders of the Polish Extreme Metal scene along with such enduring acts as Vader and Graveland. Throughout their colorful career Behemoth has morphed from their primitive Black Metal beginnings into the devastating, occult influenced Death Metal band that we know them to be today. As with their previous records, Behemoth's 'The Apostasy' brings us another slab of solid Death Metal, while not being too different, but not too similar, to their earlier works.

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published 05.05.2008 | Comments (5)

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madrigal - 17.01.2012 at 16:29  
Rating: 9 Epic album !
Sonic MrSumo - 05.04.2012 at 04:32  
Rating: 7 Be Without Fear is by far and away the stand out on this album.
musicalkaratekid - 26.05.2012 at 02:18  
Rating: 8 A great album, with some truly irresistible guitar work that could only come from the hands of Nergal and co. Only thing that annoys me slightly is Nergal's vocals, which never really change.
Illog1cal - 23.06.2012 at 03:03  
  Not as strong as Demigod, although its nice to hear that the annoying vocal production on Demigod was ditched. This is definitely a more groove orientated album with songs like 'Be Without Fear', 'Libertherme' and 'Inner Sanctum' especially. A very good album, the same formula as always but original ideas also thrown in.
Atrus - 20.07.2013 at 00:38  
Rating: 10 Their Best album by far
psykometal - 20.07.2013 at 02:29  
 
Written by Atrus on 20.07.2013 at 00:38

Their Best album by far

Have to disagree, for me their best was Satanica. This album is one of their weakest, so plain and unmemorable. Not saying it's a bad album, cuz I do quite enjoy all of their discography, but this would definitely be towards the bottom of the list for me.

(had me a Marcel moment on this one )
Ozman - 20.07.2013 at 13:31  
Rating: 5
Written by psykometal on 20.07.2013 at 02:29

Have to disagree, for me their best was Satanica. This album is one of their weakest, so plain and unmemorable. Not saying it's a bad album, cuz I do quite enjoy all of their discography, but this would definitely be towards the bottom of the list for me.

(had me a Marcel moment on this one )




well, mid-era Behemoth when they were purely black/death, which of course Satanica belongs to, is vastly superior to their black metal period and their death metal period. Satanica, Thelema 6, and Zos Kia Cultus above anything else they released.
psykometal - 20.07.2013 at 18:50  
 
Written by Ozman on 20.07.2013 at 13:31



well, mid-era Behemoth when they were purely black/death, which of course Satanica belongs to, is vastly superior to their black metal period and their death metal period. Satanica, Thelema 6, and Zos Kia Cultus above anything else they released.

Oh fasho! This is definitely one of those areas of metal where you and I are 100% on the same page about.
Rulatore - 13.11.2013 at 22:39  
Rating: 10 How can one be dissapointed by this one ? It's their best work by miles. All killer, no filler.
Mr. Doctor - 14.11.2013 at 09:30  
 
Written by psykometal on 20.07.2013 at 18:50

Written by Ozman on 20.07.2013 at 13:31


well, mid-era Behemoth when they were purely black/death, which of course Satanica belongs to, is vastly superior to their black metal period and their death metal period. Satanica, Thelema 6, and Zos Kia Cultus above anything else they released.

Oh fasho! This is definitely one of those areas of metal where you and I are 100% on the same page about.


Count me in as well. Zos Kia Cultus being my favorite Behemoth album easily (but those other two are fine stuff as well).

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