Nergal (Behemoth) Side Project Me And That Man Sign with Napalm Records

Adam Nergal Darski, the legendary frontman of Behemoth, has signed a new worldwide record deal (except Poland) for his band Me And That Man with Napalm Records. Their debut album, Songs of Love and Death in 2017 and gave the music world their brand of folk and blues, mixed with hints of outlaw country. Since its release, the album’s lead single, “My Church is Black”, has racked up over 2.5 million streams on Spotify. New music is planned for 2020 with new information coming soon. Continue reading

Behemoth – I Loved You At Your Darkest

Let me start this write up by congratulating Behemoth for all their success ranging from continuing to providing support to Slayer, having a Death Metal album peak at 34 on the Billboard Top 200 and frontman Nergal’s recovery from leukemia. Oh, and lest we forget that not only did The Satanist makes a splash on the charts but was also one of the best albums of 2014. That’s quite the standard for new LP I Loved You At Your Darkest (Nuclear Blast/Metal Blade) to live up to. Continue reading

Behemoth Shares Video For “Wolves Ov Siberia”

Behemoth is fast bearing down on the October 5th release date of their new album I Loved You At Your Darkest, releasing from Nuclear Blast Records. Now you can watch the video for the single, which was the first new music heard from the album some months ago, ‘Wolves Ov Siberia’. Continue reading

Behemoth Shares New Video, New Album Coming In October

Behemoth has revealed their new album details. The long-awaited follow-up to 2014’s The Satanist is called I Loved You At Your Darkest on October 5th via Nuclear Blast. Frontman Nergal explains about the title – “It’s a verse from the Bible. It’s actually a quote from Jesus Christ himself. For BEHEMOTH to use it as the basis of our record, it’s sacrilege to the extreme.” Watch the video for the first single, ‘God = Dog’, now. Continue reading

Behemoth Frontman Nergal Exonerated From Most Recent Charges From Polish Government

Adam “Nergal” Darksi, frontman of Behemoth has become a lightning rod for controversy in his homeland of Poland. Earlier in the year all three members of the band, and merch designer Rafal Wechterowicz and another individual were charged with allegedly insulting the Polish coat of arms with their merch designs. The case has been summarily dropped. Nergal took to social media to comment. Continue reading