Behemoth's Nergal discusses 'The Satanist' album, taking breaks between albums and more.
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.
After releasing several stunning music videos, Behemoth have a new offering for "Messe Noire."
Behemoth's 2014 album The Satanist was very well received and landed on numerous "Best of 2014" lists, including at the very top of Loudwire's list.
The foundation of Webster Hall in New York City might not ever be the same after the obliterating co-headlining show featuring Behemoth and Cannibal Corpse.
Behemoth frontman Nergal is working on a "very stripped down and simple" album of "primitive, acoustic based stuff."
He has thankfully been in recovery for several years, but Nergal's recollection of how he first confronted the terrible news still gives us chills.
The 490-page retrospective is the most comprehensive look into the career of Behemoth to-date, and we've got an excerpt from 'Devil's Conquistadors' right here.
Members of several different bands got onstage at 70,000 Tons of Metal for an all-star jam session of the Motorhead classic 'Ace of Spades.'
Nergal speaks about Behemoth's band from Russia, calling Russian President Vladimir Putin an "idiot" in the process.