If you're a fan of extreme metal and video games, today is your day! Thanks to our friends at 2K Games, two metal monsters (who happen to take human form) were able to sit down and attempt to best each other while playing Evolve, and we have the exclusive video above.

Cannibal Corpse vocalist George 'Corpsegrinder' Fisher and Behemoth bassist Tomasz 'Orion' Wróblewski each took their turns playing Evolve's special Behemoth monster, and you can watch the surprisingly competitive contest in the clip above. Much like the two gentlemen playing Evolve, the Behemoth monster is not to be screwed with.

Behemoth is the largest monster in Evolve and is "the largest monster there will ever be in Evolve." The 2K Games crew literally made the beast as large as it could physically be. The Behemoth has a few brutal tricks he can use on enemy hunters including a rolling attack; summoning massive walls of rock to block off terrain, isolate and destroy hinters; launching lava bombs; using his harpoon-like tongue to snatch distant targets; fracturing terrain and much more.

Both Corpsegrinder and Orion took the controller as the Behemoth with the goal of killing off all enemy hunters. Though Corpsegrinder is an avid gamer, he had a bit of trouble at first. Orion, on the other hand, was able to master the Behemoth right away. Corpsegrinder didn't take kindly to this, eventually taking back the controller to decimate everything in sight.

Check out the clip above to witness two of metal's heaviest heavyweights dominate as the Behemoth. Evolve is now available for Playstation 4, Xbox One and Microsoft Windows. To grab your own copy of Evolve, click here.

The Behemoth Monster

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