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Posted by Lucas on 03.04.2007 at 16:58
Old thread reached the max, so a new one is on it's way!

@Dream Of Hate: Awh thanks man for letting me open this thread.


I am going to see them live on the 8th of April in Belgium, Antwerp together with Obituary, Napalm Death, Anaal Nathrakh and some others.

I can't wait, hope to hear some Apostasy stuff.

Besides that, I say: Discuss!



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Guib

Posts: 2062

Age: 23
From: Canada

  28.09.2009 at 13:25
Behemoth's best albums are... Satanica and Thelema.6
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Valaskjalf
TheImperturbable

Posts: 1442
From: South Africa

  29.09.2009 at 04:28
Mmmm not very impressed with the new album....its just as boring as the Apostasy. To sum it up its pretty much just blastbeats going at 100000bpm, growl, har har, blastbeats, heavy riffage, growl...and thats it. I felt Demigod was their best album, at least it had some diversity and was full of anthems. The last 2 are just metal on steroids...with very little to take form it.

The vid for Ov Fire and something is EPIC though! Really haunting, these dudes must have a seriously big budget from Century Media...its very professional.
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psychoticone

Posts: 1093

Age: 33
From: Poland

  30.09.2009 at 17:36
Going to see them this evening, a lot of controversions around this tour in Poland cause of one insane religious fanatic whos trying to cancel every show they attent. Anyway they always kick ass live even if their last record is quite repeatable comparing to their previous few albums.
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Guib

Posts: 2062

Age: 23
From: Canada

  30.09.2009 at 21:11
Written by psychoticone on 30.09.2009 at 17:36

Going to see them this evening, a lot of controversions around this tour in Poland cause of one insane religious fanatic whos trying to cancel every show they attent. Anyway they always kick ass live even if their last record is quite repeatable comparing to their previous few albums.


Wtf a religious fanatic ?
HAHAH.. some people are crazy -_-
its music man, MUSIC !!
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psychoticone

Posts: 1093

Age: 33
From: Poland

  06.10.2009 at 19:45
Agreed man, it's just a burking dog noone cares, he didn't even know how good ad he made. And btw the concert was really awsome
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stephenssaiyan

Posts: 174

Age: 33
From: USA

  07.10.2009 at 06:51
Good band...but lacking something?....
Bitter Dawn
Ave Sathanas!

Posts: 843

Age: 30
From: Canada

  08.10.2009 at 10:35
I can't profess to being much of a Behemoth fan, especially after that whole "Black Metal X-Mas" stunt in Revovler magazine a couple years back - some one on a differant metal forum made a point to post it. That and the fact that this past summer Behemoth played "Rockstar Energy Mayhem Festival" on the "Hot Topic Extreme Stage"... a bit repulsive honestly.

Besides all that though. A few days or so ago I was really tired, I was killing some time by procuring new albums and I thought I was getting the new Belphegor album early (didn't read the link properly) and I ended up getting Behemoth's new album "Evangelion", and it's not too bad, really reminds me of the last few Nile albums. I'm giving the band another chance, trying to see past the commercial bullshit and focus more on the music, as I do like the fact that Nergal has a more "Satanic" view on things, bit of ideology I suppose one could say.
psychoticone

Posts: 1093

Age: 33
From: Poland

  08.10.2009 at 19:25
Written by Bitter Dawn on 08.10.2009 at 10:35

Besides all that though. A few days or so ago I was really tired, I was killing some time by procuring new albums and I thought I was getting the new Belphegor album early (didn't read the link properly) and I ended up getting Behemoth's new album "Evangelion", and it's not too bad, really reminds me of the last few Nile albums. I'm giving the band another chance, trying to see past the commercial bullshit and focus more on the music, as I do like the fact that Nergal has a more "Satanic" view on things, bit of ideology I suppose one could say.


About Belphegor offtopic, their latest LP beats Behemoth's Evangelion quite a lot - but not in production, technique, marketing shit like never ending trials of what awsome and overwhelming album we'd get. It's the spirit which Behemoth lost long time ago, something that makes me listen this over and over again. IMO Behemoth failed again to prove they've something interesting to say in this music.
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Bitter Dawn
Ave Sathanas!

Posts: 843

Age: 30
From: Canada

  09.10.2009 at 12:33
Written by psychoticone on 08.10.2009 at 19:25

Written by Bitter Dawn on 08.10.2009 at 10:35

Besides all that though. A few days or so ago I was really tired, I was killing some time by procuring new albums and I thought I was getting the new Belphegor album early (didn't read the link properly) and I ended up getting Behemoth's new album "Evangelion", and it's not too bad, really reminds me of the last few Nile albums. I'm giving the band another chance, trying to see past the commercial bullshit and focus more on the music, as I do like the fact that Nergal has a more "Satanic" view on things, bit of ideology I suppose one could say.


About Belphegor offtopic, their latest LP beats Behemoth's Evangelion quite a lot - but not in production, technique, marketing shit like never ending trials of what awsome and overwhelming album we'd get. It's the spirit which Behemoth lost long time ago, something that makes me listen this over and over again. IMO Behemoth failed again to prove they've something interesting to say in this music.



I can some what see (hear?) that in Behemoth. A regular at a bar I use to work at gave me a couple cds, a live Hypocrisy album and Behemoth's "Zos Kia Cultus", I couldn't really get into the album much though, just certain parts here and there. I'm also not a big death metal fan, albeit Behemoth is a bit blackened-death, they seem more death metal - I have though, heard a rather old track of Behemoth's from an acquiantence I use to know, and I was quite shocked to learn that he had just played me a Behemoth track, it actually sounded like older black metal.
Lucas
Mr. Noise

Posts: 13426

Age: 23
From: The Netherlands

  09.10.2009 at 21:34
Written by Bitter Dawn on 09.10.2009 at 12:33

Written by psychoticone on 08.10.2009 at 19:25

Written by Bitter Dawn on 08.10.2009 at 10:35

Besides all that though. A few days or so ago I was really tired, I was killing some time by procuring new albums and I thought I was getting the new Belphegor album early (didn't read the link properly) and I ended up getting Behemoth's new album "Evangelion", and it's not too bad, really reminds me of the last few Nile albums. I'm giving the band another chance, trying to see past the commercial bullshit and focus more on the music, as I do like the fact that Nergal has a more "Satanic" view on things, bit of ideology I suppose one could say.


About Belphegor offtopic, their latest LP beats Behemoth's Evangelion quite a lot - but not in production, technique, marketing shit like never ending trials of what awsome and overwhelming album we'd get. It's the spirit which Behemoth lost long time ago, something that makes me listen this over and over again. IMO Behemoth failed again to prove they've something interesting to say in this music.



I can some what see (hear?) that in Behemoth. A regular at a bar I use to work at gave me a couple cds, a live Hypocrisy album and Behemoth's "Zos Kia Cultus", I couldn't really get into the album much though, just certain parts here and there. I'm also not a big death metal fan, albeit Behemoth is a bit blackened-death, they seem more death metal - I have though, heard a rather old track of Behemoth's from an acquiantence I use to know, and I was quite shocked to learn that he had just played me a Behemoth track, it actually sounded like older black metal.


If I have a correct idea of your tastes, you'll really like "Sventevith (Storming Near The Baltic)".
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Bitter Dawn
Ave Sathanas!

Posts: 843

Age: 30
From: Canada

  09.10.2009 at 23:03
Written by Lucas on 09.10.2009 at 21:34

Written by Bitter Dawn on 09.10.2009 at 12:33

Written by psychoticone on 08.10.2009 at 19:25

Written by Bitter Dawn on 08.10.2009 at 10:35

Besides all that though. A few days or so ago I was really tired, I was killing some time by procuring new albums and I thought I was getting the new Belphegor album early (didn't read the link properly) and I ended up getting Behemoth's new album "Evangelion", and it's not too bad, really reminds me of the last few Nile albums. I'm giving the band another chance, trying to see past the commercial bullshit and focus more on the music, as I do like the fact that Nergal has a more "Satanic" view on things, bit of ideology I suppose one could say.


About Belphegor offtopic, their latest LP beats Behemoth's Evangelion quite a lot - but not in production, technique, marketing shit like never ending trials of what awsome and overwhelming album we'd get. It's the spirit which Behemoth lost long time ago, something that makes me listen this over and over again. IMO Behemoth failed again to prove they've something interesting to say in this music.



I can some what see (hear?) that in Behemoth. A regular at a bar I use to work at gave me a couple cds, a live Hypocrisy album and Behemoth's "Zos Kia Cultus", I couldn't really get into the album much though, just certain parts here and there. I'm also not a big death metal fan, albeit Behemoth is a bit blackened-death, they seem more death metal - I have though, heard a rather old track of Behemoth's from an acquiantence I use to know, and I was quite shocked to learn that he had just played me a Behemoth track, it actually sounded like older black metal.


If I have a correct idea of your tastes, you'll really like "Sventevith (Storming Near The Baltic)".


I'll check it out man, thanks for the recommendation.
Got Mayhem?

Posts: 767

Age: 21
From: USA

  14.10.2009 at 03:55
Written by Bitter Dawn on 09.10.2009 at 23:03

Written by Lucas on 09.10.2009 at 21:34

Written by Bitter Dawn on 09.10.2009 at 12:33

Written by psychoticone on 08.10.2009 at 19:25

Written by Bitter Dawn on 08.10.2009 at 10:35

Besides all that though. A few days or so ago I was really tired, I was killing some time by procuring new albums and I thought I was getting the new Belphegor album early (didn't read the link properly) and I ended up getting Behemoth's new album "Evangelion", and it's not too bad, really reminds me of the last few Nile albums. I'm giving the band another chance, trying to see past the commercial bullshit and focus more on the music, as I do like the fact that Nergal has a more "Satanic" view on things, bit of ideology I suppose one could say.


About Belphegor offtopic, their latest LP beats Behemoth's Evangelion quite a lot - but not in production, technique, marketing shit like never ending trials of what awsome and overwhelming album we'd get. It's the spirit which Behemoth lost long time ago, something that makes me listen this over and over again. IMO Behemoth failed again to prove they've something interesting to say in this music.



I can some what see (hear?) that in Behemoth. A regular at a bar I use to work at gave me a couple cds, a live Hypocrisy album and Behemoth's "Zos Kia Cultus", I couldn't really get into the album much though, just certain parts here and there. I'm also not a big death metal fan, albeit Behemoth is a bit blackened-death, they seem more death metal - I have though, heard a rather old track of Behemoth's from an acquiantence I use to know, and I was quite shocked to learn that he had just played me a Behemoth track, it actually sounded like older black metal.


If I have a correct idea of your tastes, you'll really like "Sventevith (Storming Near The Baltic)".


I'll check it out man, thanks for the recommendation.

That and Grom. And about what you said before about Behemoth playing on the Hot Topic Stage at mayhem, they were only playing on the same stage that all their label-mates played on. If they had played on the Jager stage I'm sure someone would be complaining about them playing on the same stage as Trivium or something... However, they were easily the best performing band there by far, easily could have replaced BFMV on the main stage.
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stephenssaiyan

Posts: 174

Age: 33
From: USA

  14.10.2009 at 07:24
Behemoth...like em...not crazy about em.
Big-Al

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Age: 30
From: Hungary

  02.12.2009 at 17:59
Zos Kia Cultus is my personal favorite.

I remeber seeing that black metal x-mas magazine cover too. that was pretty low.

But I stil like'em
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TheBigRossowski
Dudeist Priest'

Posts: 1192

Age: 27
From: Germany

  06.12.2009 at 17:36
I didn't know Nergal was dating a prominent Polish pop star

A bit shocking, but good for him! From what some Polish people told me, she plays dumb, but she's got a really high IQ.
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wormdrink414

Posts: 1254

Age: 23
From: USA

  13.12.2009 at 10:14
I think Evangelion is their best album yet. They have fully become a "high-production" death metal band, and while, I believe, we already have too many of these, Behemoth deserves the money that was clearly shoveled toward the album. So to revisit my top-of list from a few months ago:

1. Evangelion
2. Zos Kia, Thelema, The Apostasy
3. Demigod, Grom, Satanica
wormdrink414

Posts: 1254

Age: 23
From: USA

  30.03.2010 at 08:36
Http://www.viceland.com/blogs/en/2009/10/15/meet-the-nieratkos-behemoth/
Daniell
GlenDronach!

Posts: 4922
From: Poland

  30.03.2010 at 16:51
Written by TheBigRossowski on 06.12.2009 at 17:36

I didn't know Nergal was dating a prominent Polish pop star

A bit shocking, but good for him! From what some Polish people told me, she plays dumb, but she's got a really high IQ.


It;s true. She's quite smart, but she's aware that the image of a sweet blonde idiot with big tits sells best, so she is giving it to the proles.
Also, which may be surprising, she actually can sing quite well.Here's what she looks like:

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Opeth - Faith In Others
Vader - The End
Mastodon - Ember City
TheBigRossowski
Dudeist Priest'

Posts: 1192

Age: 27
From: Germany

  30.03.2010 at 17:06
I'd definitely put it in her butt. Look at the black guy in the background, haha! He's got the ''chicka-chicka-yeaahh'' look going.
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Lucas
Mr. Noise

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Age: 23
From: The Netherlands

  30.03.2010 at 17:10
"Nergal - giving hope for all ugly and nerdy metalheads since 2008"

Or whenever his relationship started. Way to go, bro.
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basumarpo1610

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From: India
  03.04.2010 at 10:42
Album early (didn't read the link properly) and I ended up getting Behemoth's new album "Evangelion", and it's not too bad, really reminds me of the last few Nile albums.









I'm giving the band another chance, trying to see past the commercial bullshit and focus more on the music, as I do like the fact that Nergal has a more "Satanic" view on things, bit of ideology I suppose one could say.
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Got Mayhem?

Posts: 767

Age: 21
From: USA

  08.04.2010 at 23:40
Don't really see how Behemoth are doing 'commercial bullshit'. They've gotten onto a good label that is giving them the press they've badly needed for many years now. On top of that, they're still making amazing music 9 full lengths into their career. The style has changed but I don't think it was for the money. If Behemoth hadn't gotten Inferno and began to work out of their Baltic BM sound then I think they would have gotten a bit repetitive and boring after a few more albums. Speculation, but it's what I believe.
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Daniell
GlenDronach!

Posts: 4922
From: Poland

  09.04.2010 at 15:45
Written by Lucas on 30.03.2010 at 17:10

"Nergal - giving hope for all ugly and nerdy metalheads since 2008"

Or whenever his relationship started. Way to go, bro.


I'm no male beauty expert, but Nergal is said to be very handsome.
They are getting married by the way. Church wedding, imagine that...
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Domains - Domains
Entombed A.D. - Bait and Bleed
Opeth - Faith In Others
Vader - The End
Mastodon - Ember City
Thor26

Posts: 49
From: Denmark

  13.04.2010 at 14:02
I don't quite get them. Sorry. Tracks like "At The Left Hand of God" or "Slaves shall serve" are really confusing extreme noise.
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Dangerboner
:D

Posts: 7199

Age: 27
From: USA

  03.06.2010 at 05:18
Have you guys seen these pics of Nergal?

WHAT THE FUCK
Got Mayhem?

Posts: 767

Age: 21
From: USA

  03.06.2010 at 05:26
Written by Dangerboner on 03.06.2010 at 05:18

Have you guys seen these pics of Nergal?

WHAT THE FUCK



Well, I don't speak Polish so I'm going to assume that he has been cast as the leading man in a Polish Kung- Fu movie that takes place in the Manchurian desert where everyone wears silly hats.

And damn anyone who dares try to ruin my fantasy.
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From: USA

  03.06.2010 at 10:34
Written by Dangerboner on 03.06.2010 at 05:18

Have you guys seen these pics of Nergal?

WHAT THE FUCK

Maybe it's the theme for their next album? Can't get any cheesier than they already are.
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Stigmatized
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Posts: 3818

Age: 25
From: USA

  04.06.2010 at 02:49
Written by Dangerboner on 03.06.2010 at 05:18

Have you guys seen these pics of Nergal?

WHAT THE FUCK


#3 is the best photo of all time. Ever.
Clintagram
We Live

Posts: 5723
From: USA

  09.07.2010 at 03:06
For anyone interested Behemoth is touring the US in November with Watain. I'd love to see Behemoth again and Watain for the first time, but most likely the tour will be limited. But I can dream. Link.
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Bitter Dawn
Ave Sathanas!

Posts: 843

Age: 30
From: Canada

  09.07.2010 at 03:44
Written by Dangerboner on 03.06.2010 at 05:18

Have you guys seen these pics of Nergal?

WHAT THE FUCK


Cut all his hair off and grew a boring goatee to match his mainstream, pop singer gf. What's next, even more Hot Topic endorsements?

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