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Release date: 3 February 2014
Style: Death metal

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Disc I
01. Blow Your Trumpets Gabriel
02. Furor Divinus
03. Messe Noire
04. Ora Pro Nobis Lucifer
05. Amen
06. The Satanist
07. Ben Sahar
08. In The Absence Ov Light
09. O Father O Satan O Sun!
10. Ludzie Wschodu [Siekiera cover] [Australian bonus]

Disc II [DVD] [deluxe box set version]
01. Live Barbarossa
    1 - Intro
    2 - Ov Fire And The Void
    3 - Demigod
    4 - Moonspell Rites
    5 - Conquer All
    6 - Christians To The Lions
    7 - The Seed Ov I
    8 - Alas, Lord Is Upon Me
    9 - Decade Of ΘΕΡΙΟΝ
    10 - At The Left Hand Ov God
    11 - Slaves Shall Serve
    12 - Chant For ΕΣΧΗΑΤΟΝ 2000
    13 - 23 (The Youth Manifesto)
    14 - Lucifer
02. The Satanist: Oblivion

Top 20 albums of 2014: 6

Review
Lyrics (9)


Line-up
Adam "Nergal" Darski - guitars, vocals
Zbigniew Robert "Inferno" Promiński - drums
Tomasz "Orion" Wróblewski - bass, backing vocals
Patryk Dominik "Seth" Sztyber - guitars, backing vocals

Guest musicians
Michał Łapaj - hammond organ

Session musicians
Artur Jurek - orchestral arrangements
Krzysztof "Siegmar" Oloś - samples
Jan Galbas - backing vocals
Marcin Janek - saxophone
Pawel Hulisz - trumpet, flugelhorn
Michał Szcerba - French horn
Łukasz Łacny - French horn
Bogdan Kwiatek - trombone
Michał Mieczkowski - bass trombone
Alicja Leoniuk-Kit - cello
Magda Miotke-Bajerska - cello
Grażyna Michalec - cello


Additional info
Deluxe box set includes:
  • Black 10" boxset (with gold hot foil & UV gloss lamination).
  • CD/DVD digibook in silver mirror slipcase (44 page booklet).
  • Supersize posterflag (approx 3x5 feet).
  • Black wooden inverted rosary cross.
  • Metal pin.
  • Black communion waffles in black envelope.

    Produced by Behemoth.
    Co-produced by Wojtek and Sławek Wiesławscy and Daniel Bergstrand.
    Engineered by Wojtek and Sławek Wiesławscy.
    Drum tech by Urban Näsvall.
    Recorded at Hertz Studio by Wojtek and Sławek Wiesławscy, February-June 2013 e.v.
    Additional recording at Dug-Out, Radio Gdańsk, Sounsgreat Studio.
    Mixed by Matt Hyde at Hideaway Studio, Los Angeles, August-September 2013 e.v.
    Mastered by Ted Jensen at Sterling Sound, New York, September-October 2013 e.v.

    All art and calligraphy by Denis Forkas.

    The excerpt from Witold Gombrowicz's 'Ślub' in the song 'In The Abscence Ov Light' used with the kind permission of Rita Gombrowicz.

  • Staff review by
    wormdrink414

    Rating:
    6.0
    Not too many bands could throw a spoken-word, Kenny G sax muzak thing into the middle of a song called "In The Absence Ov Light" and not get laughed away into obscurity. Behemoth can get away with shit like that. They're just too cool to be dismissed. They sound cool and, with a theatrical sense that rivals well over half a Lady Gaga, they LOOK cool. I mean, I'm not gay, but I'd let Nergal and Orion double team me if they still want to.

    Read more ››
    published 12.02.2014 | Comments (214)

    Staff pick by
    Daniell

    03.02.2014 Starting with Demigod, Behemoth's albums became more and more soulless. Faster, more brutal, better produced, but devoid of feelings. But no more. This one is spontaneous, wild, unhinged and unpredictable. It has more music than brutality, more feeling than calculation. A fantastic treat.

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    Cronomaster - 31.05.2013 at 12:14  
    Rating: 9 Not very original album title, but "Evangelion" was really decent piece of death metal, so this one may be interesting too.
    Ruin - 31.05.2013 at 17:17  
    Rating: 9 Come on man, Don't be that satanist !
    Big-Al - 31.05.2013 at 18:46  
    Rating: 10 Really looking forward to it, Behemoth is awesome... though the title reminds me of Fear Factory's The Industrialist ... makes for a bold title (but funny).
    Gopherhawk - 19.06.2013 at 02:57  
    Rating: 9 Album title puke.
    RealEyes - 05.07.2013 at 17:42  
     
    Written by Ruin on 31.05.2013 at 17:17

    Come on man, Don't be that satanist !


    The real satanists wear 5000 dollars suits and they work in the highest position of finance, business and government.
    Sincarnator - 21.07.2013 at 19:14  
      Pity the title is pathetic!! seems the worst of behemoth ever
    Ajay Singh - 10.08.2013 at 15:26  
    Rating: 10 Whats with the title bashing? Its what behemoth always stood for. May be in this era satanism might sound like a joke. But its what motivated every pure metal band I'd ever know. You would never know how it feels like to have born in a chrstian famly and have lived in chrstian society. \m/ XEZ
    3rdWorld - 29.09.2013 at 01:29  
     
    Written by Ajay Singh on 10.08.2013 at 15:26

    But its what motivated every pure metal band I'd ever know.

    psykometal - 29.09.2013 at 15:48  
      ^Ditto.

    There are loads of "pure metal bands" that have nothing to do with satanism...
    Marcel Hubregtse - 29.09.2013 at 16:31  
    Rating: 5
    Written by psykometal on 29.09.2013 at 15:48

    ^Ditto.

    There are loads of "pure metal bands" that have nothing to do with satanism...


    even Sabbath actually had nothing to do with satanism just like Iron Maiden and Judas Priest had nothing to do with it. Mmmm, looking at the Guy's favourite bands, almost none have anything to do with satanism
    Fritillaria - 29.09.2013 at 17:35  
    Rating: 6
    Written by psykometal on 29.09.2013 at 15:48

    ^Ditto.

    There are loads of "pure metal bands" that have nothing to do with satanism...

    it depends who you are talking with,some even thinks that Pink Floyd or Deep Purple are basically into satanism ! Pff ! let alone what title this album is bearing !
    psykometal - 29.09.2013 at 18:06  
     
    Written by Marcel Hubregtse on 29.09.2013 at 16:31

    even Sabbath actually had nothing to do with satanism just like Iron Maiden and Judas Priest had nothing to do with it. Mmmm, looking at the Guy's favourite bands, almost none have anything to do with satanism

    Even Blue Cheer, the band that many consider to be the FIRST heavy metal band, had nothing to do with satanism.

    In fact, if memory serves me correctly, satanism didn't really get introduced into heavy metal until the early 80s (over a decade after the beginning of heavy metal, which started in the late 60s to early 70s), with the advent of more extreme metal bands like Venom, Hellhammer, and Slayer.
    Uldreth - 05.10.2013 at 16:45  
     
    Written by psykometal on 29.09.2013 at 18:06

    Written by Marcel Hubregtse on 29.09.2013 at 16:31

    even Sabbath actually had nothing to do with satanism just like Iron Maiden and Judas Priest had nothing to do with it. Mmmm, looking at the Guy's favourite bands, almost none have anything to do with satanism

    Even Blue Cheer, the band that many consider to be the FIRST heavy metal band, had nothing to do with satanism.

    In fact, if memory serves me correctly, satanism didn't really get introduced into heavy metal until the early 80s (over a decade after the beginning of heavy metal, which started in the late 60s to early 70s), with the advent of more extreme metal bands like Venom, Hellhammer, and Slayer.

    Who themselves were never satanists, just used that imagery as shock value .

    I think the amount of metal bands who were truly satanic is actually quite minimal even within the early BM scene.
    psykometal - 05.10.2013 at 17:41  
     
    Written by Uldreth on 05.10.2013 at 16:45

    Who themselves were never satanists, just used that imagery as shock value .

    I think the amount of metal bands who *are truly satanic is actually quite minimal even within the early (*and current) BM scene.

    Yup, and yup.

    Most of these so-called "Satanic" bands are just about shock value, they're actually just atheists who target Christianity because it's one of the largest, easiest and most widespread religions to target and attack. Not to mention they'll get a lot less flack by targeting Christianity, than by targeting Judaism, Islam, Hinduism or Buddhism; not that it would really make much sense to vehemently attack Hindus or Buddhists.
    Góral - 05.10.2013 at 22:57  
      This ubiquitous "Nergal's satanism" is already becoming boring. Really.
    Loathera - 13.10.2013 at 12:06  
    Rating: 9
    Written by psykometal on 29.09.2013 at 18:06

    Written by Marcel Hubregtse on 29.09.2013 at 16:31

    even Sabbath actually had nothing to do with satanism just like Iron Maiden and Judas Priest had nothing to do with it. Mmmm, looking at the Guy's favourite bands, almost none have anything to do with satanism

    Even Blue Cheer, the band that many consider to be the FIRST heavy metal band, had nothing to do with satanism.

    In fact, if memory serves me correctly, satanism didn't really get introduced into heavy metal until the early 80s (over a decade after the beginning of heavy metal, which started in the late 60s to early 70s), with the advent of more extreme metal bands like Venom, Hellhammer, and Slayer.


    Satanism and music go hand in hand. All the way back to Nicolo Paginini and in the Dark Ages with the "evil" tritone *gasps*.
    psykometal - 13.10.2013 at 14:17  
     
    Written by Loathera on 13.10.2013 at 12:06

    Satanism and music go hand in hand. All the way back to Nicolo Paginini and in the Dark Ages with the "evil" tritone *gasps*.

    That may or may not be true, but I never said that Satanism didn't get introduced into music until the 80s, I said that it didn't really get introduced into heavy metal until the 80s.
    Lord_Regnier - 17.10.2013 at 01:29  
     
    Written by psykometal on 05.10.2013 at 17:41

    Most of these so-called "Satanic" bands are just about shock value, they're actually just atheists who target Christianity because it's one of the largest, easiest and most widespread religions to target and attack. Not to mention they'll get a lot less flack by targeting Christianity, than by targeting Judaism, Islam, Hinduism or Buddhism; not that it would really make much sense to vehemently attack Hindus or Buddhists.


    Just read what Karl Sanders says on this matter in the liner notes for the song "Kafir".
    psykometal - 17.10.2013 at 02:35  
     
    Written by Lord_Regnier on 17.10.2013 at 01:29

    Just read what Karl Sanders says on this matter in the liner notes for the song "Kafir".

    That would require me to have the booklet, which I don't.
    Northern Danger - 30.12.2013 at 22:46  
      Well,if someone said that the album title isn't unique...... that new EP's name is.
    Troy Killjoy - 30.12.2013 at 22:55  
     
    Written by Northern Danger on 30.12.2013 at 22:46
    Well,if someone said that the album title isn't unique...... that new EP's name is.

    The title itself may be unique, but the story of Gabriel's Horn is fairly well-known amongst those who've read the Bible.

    I'm assuming the EP title is mocking the return of Christ? Or maybe it's a metaphor for the return of the Lord within himself as he overcame his battle with cancer.
    Mr. Doctor - 30.12.2013 at 23:07  
     
    Written by Troy Killjoy on 30.12.2013 at 22:55
    The title itself may be unique, but the story of Gabriel's Horn is fairly well-known amongst those who've read the Bible.

    I don't know it and I spent like 6 years of my life in a catholic school. D: The only Gabriel's Horn I know is a geometric figure (a very interesting one at that btw).

    Edit: Oh, I guess you mean the whole "dude blows the trumpets to announce judgement day"... Unless there's something else I missed.
    Troy Killjoy - 30.12.2013 at 23:42  
     
    Written by Mr. Doctor on 30.12.2013 at 23:07
    Edit: Oh, I guess you mean the whole "dude blows the trumpets to announce judgement day"... Unless there's something else I missed.

    Nah that was what I was referring to. Nergal appears to be somewhat of an eccentric person and artistically inclined based on some of these Behemoth videos as well as concepts "discussed" within the lyrics, so it wouldn't surprise me if it wasn't as simple as Gabriel blowing his horn. In an interview with Loudwire he talks about cancer being an inspiration and how it changed him as a person, so I'm assuming all of this new material relates in ways to individual strength, which can be interpreted as a form of Satanism - hence, The Satanist, at least.
    Rulatore - 10.01.2014 at 17:12  
    Rating: 6 I have a feeling that this will suck major dicks. Hope I'm wrong.
    Deadmeat - 12.01.2014 at 01:51  
    Rating: 8
    Written by Rulatore on 10.01.2014 at 17:12

    I have a feeling that this will suck major dicks. Hope I'm wrong.

    i just noticed the durations of the new songs so now i just have the same bad feeling.

    behemoth wrote a bit longer songs on evangelion and i guess this was one of the main reasons that it was a bit boring. now i see that they wrote even longer songs so thats not good news..
    Rulatore - 27.01.2014 at 01:03  
    Rating: 6 Http://www.amazon.com/Satanist-Behemoth/dp/B00I0QQ4ZG/ref=sr_1_1_bnp_1_mus?ie=UTF8&qid=1390753765&sr=8-1&keywords=The+Satanist

    Samples, 30 seconds of each song.

    Sounds a bit like Evangelion, I think... but who knows. Still curious to listen to it.
    Big-Al - 27.01.2014 at 19:49  
    Rating: 10 Well, preordered here, so in a few days time I'll be receiving my deluxe digibook version, CD + DVD. Can't wait
    Daniell - 28.01.2014 at 16:41  
    Rating: 9
    Written by Gopherhawk on 19.06.2013 at 02:57

    Album title puke.


    Oh really. Apostasy, Evangelion, Satanica. Yeah, Satanist sticks out like a sore thumb.
    Gopherhawk - 28.01.2014 at 17:21  
    Rating: 9
    Written by Daniell on 28.01.2014 at 16:41

    Written by Gopherhawk on 19.06.2013 at 02:57

    Album title puke.


    Oh really. Apostasy, Evangelion, Satanica. Yeah, Satanist sticks out like a sore thumb.


    It just seems really uninspired. Going with the one-word title them I would have considered something like Eidolon, Liturgy, Heresy, etc. The Satanist is just super bland.
    Daniell - 29.01.2014 at 09:26  
    Rating: 9
    Written by Gopherhawk on 28.01.2014 at 17:21

    Written by Daniell on 28.01.2014 at 16:41

    Written by Gopherhawk on 19.06.2013 at 02:57

    Album title puke.


    Oh really. Apostasy, Evangelion, Satanica. Yeah, Satanist sticks out like a sore thumb.


    It just seems really uninspired. Going with the one-word title them I would have considered something like Eidolon, Liturgy, Heresy, etc. The Satanist is just super bland.




    All those words are equally bland and stupid.
    Gopherhawk - 29.01.2014 at 14:23  
    Rating: 9
    Written by Daniell on 29.01.2014 at 09:26



    All those words are equally bland and stupid.


    Didn't come here to start a flame war, man. It'll be a good show when they come to the Twin Cities.
    Daniell - 29.01.2014 at 22:49  
    Rating: 9
    Written by Gopherhawk on 29.01.2014 at 14:23

    Didn't come here to start a flame war, man. It'll be a good show when they come to the Twin Cities.


    Didn't come here to do that either. Let's assume that most of Behemoth's album titles are either stupid, or pretentious. Fortunately, the music is very good, and that's all that matters.
    Deadmeat - 29.01.2014 at 23:46  
    Rating: 8 I think it's out there... first listens now... lets see..
    God Alone - 30.01.2014 at 02:35  
    Rating: 7 Two tracks are still missing.
    Anyway, the beginning of Messe Noire ("I BELIEVE IN SATAAAAN... AND IN THE ANTICHRIIIIIIIST!!!") made me laugh incredibly hard.
    3rdWorld - 30.01.2014 at 08:00  
      Waiting for the full frogged version.
    Daniell - 31.01.2014 at 09:54  
    Rating: 9 I listened to the album 3 times in a row yesterday. It's actually very very good. I'm definitely buying the album on Monday, it's worth it. If the last two tracks are as good as the seven I've heard so far, I'll be inclined to give this album a 9.

    It seems that Nergal tried to go back to the band's roots, because this album has a lot of black metal in it, a lot more than on the last 4 albums at least. Basically every song is memorable and engaging. Especially the title track, probably one of the best Behemoth songs ever.

    I must admit I had a bad feeling about The Satanist, especially that I didn't fall in love with Blow Your Trumpets Gabriel. (It's the weakest track on the album by the way.) All the hype, stupid, multiple teasers for one song, pretentious statements, blood mixed with paint - these things made many people hate the album before it was released. I hope they will listen without prejudice now.
    Rulatore - 31.01.2014 at 13:41  
    Rating: 6 Well, I finally could listen to it in its entirely. While it does not suck as much as I was expecting, I'm disappointed, I think it's maily because of the reviews saying that it was the best Behemoth record, everybody giving 9s and 10s

    It's certainly different from their last efforts, but it didn't hooked me. As Deadmet said above, the longer the songs are, the worse it is. Doesn't matter if the song is mid tempo, or fast, they ended up being BORING.

    The last track they could split in two, the song was awesome, but then that rant began... and it went downhill. Same with In the Absence ov Light.

    Ora Pro Nobis Lucifer it's fast and all, but doesn't vary, same with Furor Divinus.

    I liked some ideas here and there, but I didn't like most of the songs as a whole.
    garmling - 31.01.2014 at 14:46  
    Rating: 10 This album is a grower! the first time I listened it I was like, meh nothing outstanding....but after like 10 or more spins it suddenly clicked! I like every bit of it, even some of those solos which at first sounded out of place imo. yes, it has a lot more BM into it, comparing to their previous releases, but the thing I like the most about The Satanist is how different and unique all songs are. every song has its own 'personality', which wasn't the case with majority of previous Behemoth releases....and though lyrics might seem stupid, imagine them like a Nergal's middle finger in the face of all those Christians in his own country which are trying to condemn him right now....this is solid 9 - 9.5 imo
    Himedal - 31.01.2014 at 19:37  
    Rating: 9
    Written by RealEyes on 05.07.2013 at 17:42

    Written by Ruin on 31.05.2013 at 17:17

    Come on man, Don't be that satanist !


    The real satanists wear 5000 dollars suits and they work in the highest position of finance, business and government.


    I totally agree with the highest position theory. well said.
    Himedal - 31.01.2014 at 19:45  
    Rating: 9 What's wrong with the title and Satanism? Come on. you worship your god and let others worship theirs. Remember Satanica (1999)??????

    The album is fantastic. One of the best from Behemoth. I will give it an 8 or even 9. Just bought it and I suggest that you do so.
    koob - 01.02.2014 at 13:30  
    Rating: 9 I didn't have any expectations for this album and I can say that I'm REALLY surprised how good it is. From the nice guitar and bass sound to the orchestral bits and the awesome solos, this is a great Behemoth album, among their best.
    ArcesseEum - 02.02.2014 at 21:06  
    Rating: 6 I had low expectations for this album after I heard "Blow your Trumpets..." and "Ora pro nobis Lucifer" - but then when I heard the album as a coherent whole I started to really dig it. It's dark as fuck, like a wall of evil coming at you for an hour straight. Thematically it's consistent through and through, and its more organic than their previous releases. The drums in particular are fantastic. I can see what Inferno was talking about in those lame teasers that this album has a quasi-shamanic trance inducing quality to it.

    Overall The Satanist has what feels like Deathspell Omega starting a thrash/punk project with relatively linear song structures; if you're looking for some really direct blasphemous hateful shit, this seems to do the trick. At times it feels like Averse Sefira's 'Tetragrammatical Astygmata' or a polished Impaled Nazarene. The lyrics border on hilarious at times (I'm reminded of Reinkaos by Dissection), but they exemplify that 'free spirit' they're trying really hard to push as their image. Lyrics have always been important to me with Behemoth, and they fell a bit away from the old mystery cult mythology, Hindu/Egyptian/Persian cosmology, etc. in favour of generic Gnostic Satanism. It's musically different enough from previous releases to be interesting, and still coherent thematically, so all in all I give it an 8. It could have been better, but it's pretty sweet.
    Apothecary - 03.02.2014 at 05:07  
      >20 votes
    >9.4

    I smell some users being reported
    deadone - 03.02.2014 at 05:14  
    Rating: 6
    Written by Apothecary on 03.02.2014 at 05:07

    >20 votes
    >9.4

    I smell some users being reported



    I always disregard the early votes as it's usually exicted fan boys/girls/shemales* who get into the album reas soon as it's out and like it regardless of quality or haters who go out of their way to sledge anything by a band they hate.

    Come back in 2-3 months time for a more sane assessment and in some cases 2-3 years.

    *One wonders what percentage of Behemoth fans are shemales. Doctorate topic for some budding PhD me thinks.
    Apothecary - 03.02.2014 at 05:21  
     
    Written by deadone on 03.02.2014 at 05:14

    I always disregard the early votes as it's usually exicted fan boys/girls/shemales* who get into the album reas soon as it's out and like it regardless of quality or haters who go out of their way to sledge anything by a band they hate. Come back in 2-3 months time for a more sane assessment and in some cases 2-3 years.

    *One wonders what percentage of Behemoth fans are shemales. Doctorate topic for some budding PhD me thinks.

    Yeah, that's pretty true actually, gotta wait for the charts to even out. I honestly can't believe Iced Earth is #1 right now, that'll probably change in another month.
    And at that last statement
    deadone - 03.02.2014 at 05:25  
    Rating: 6
    Written by Apothecary on 03.02.2014 at 05:21

    Yeah, that's pretty true actually, gotta wait for the charts to even out. I honestly can't believe Iced Earth is #1 right now, that'll probably change in another month.
    And at that last statement



    I think a lot of us brought the Iced Earth album cause we were hoping for an Improved Dystopia Mk 2 or are just fanboys.

    At least it's score is far better distributed:

    10 8 votes
    9 35 votes
    8 29 votes
    7 30 votes
    6 20 votes
    5 7 votes
    4 -
    3 1 vote
    2 -
    1


    I'm leaning towards a 7 so far and maybe even a 6.


    No opinion on Behemoth -great band live though!
    Apothecary - 03.02.2014 at 05:26  
     
    Written by Fritillaria on 29.09.2013 at 17:35

    Written by psykometal on 29.09.2013 at 15:48

    ^Ditto.

    There are loads of "pure metal bands" that have nothing to do with satanism...

    it depends who you are talking with,some even thinks that Pink Floyd or Deep Purple are basically into satanism ! Pff ! let alone what title this album is bearing !

    But Satan lives on the dark side of the moon, so obviously they're talking about him
    deadone - 03.02.2014 at 05:36  
    Rating: 6 Isn't all rock n roll music Satanic?

    How do they do backwards masking with CDs and downloaded music?
    boo-boo - 03.02.2014 at 09:13  
    Rating: 9
    Written by Apothecary on 03.02.2014 at 05:26

    But Satan lives on the dark side of the moon, so obviously they're talking about him


    That's pretty confidential info you have!!
    Apothecary - 03.02.2014 at 15:47  
     
    Written by boo-boo on 03.02.2014 at 09:13

    Written by Apothecary on 03.02.2014 at 05:26

    But Satan lives on the dark side of the moon, so obviously they're talking about him


    That's pretty confidential info you have!!

    Well what else did you think the album was about, The Wizard Of Oz?

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