A Behemoth concert has been canceled in the band's home country of Poland, which frontman Nergal calls "a political decision."
Nergal's autobiography, 'Sacrum Profanum,' has been available in Polish since late 2012, but an English version is in the works for 2015.
In a new interview with Behemoth's Nergal, the frontman described the horrid conditions the band was forced to endure.
Earlier today (May 21) frontman Nergal made fans aware of the situation via Facebook, encouraging everyone to share his message with as many people as possible.
Evil ran rampant in New York City on Saturday night (Apr. 19) as Behemoth, 1349, Goatwhore, Inquisition and Black Crown Initiate stormed the gates of Irving Plaza. With the Metal Alliance Tour in full effect and a sold-out crowd packing the venue, metalheads were in for a treat that would end in epic fashion.
Congrats to Behemoth for once again proving their dominance in the Death Match arena. The Polish extreme metal band took out Swedish black metal act Watain in last week's round, giving Behemoth their second consecutive win. Behemoth's 'Blow Your Trumpets Gabriel' is halfway to the Death Match Hall of Fame, but they've got to plow through one of Norway's finest this time around.
Behemoth’s five-year drought between studio albums is a storied tale. In August 2010, the band's frontman, Nergal, was diagnosed with leukemia, which was originally thought to be too advanced for chemotherapy treatments to be effective. After finding a bone marrow match in a donor, he underwent a transplant, which was ultimately successful following an infection setback a few weeks after undergoing the process.
Behemoth leader Nergal was the guest on Full Metal Jackie’s radio show this past weekend. The frontman spoke about the band’s upcoming album, ‘The Satanist,’ their upcoming headlining spot on the 2014 Metal Alliance Tour and more. If you missed Jackie’s show, here’s her full interview with Behemoth's Nergal.