Invade TV has uploaded a two-part feature on Polish extreme metallers BEHEMOTH in which guitarist/vocalist Adam “Nergal” Darski “reveals his transformation from normality backstage to when he steps out in front of the live audience in full character.” Check out the clips — which were directed by James Sharrock — below.
BEHEMOTH‘s latest album, “The Satanist”, sold around 10,000 copies in the United States in its first week of release to debut at position No. 34 on The Billboard 200 chart.
The band’s ninth full-length studio CD, 2009’s “Evangelion”, opened with around 8,500 units to land at No. 56.
The definitive BEHEMOTH biography, “Behemoth: Devil’s Conquistadors” by Lukasz Dunaj, was released in February via Metal Blade. The 490-page, hardcover tome includes quotes and anecdotes from current and former members that provide context and details in addition to the author’s narrative, plus interviews with Tomas Krajewski, Rob Darken, Graal, Havok, and more. The artistically presented pages are splattered with old photos of the band, flyers, lyric sheets, etc.
The English-language version of BEHEMOTH frontman Adam “Nergal” Darski‘s autobiography, “Sacrum Profanum”, was released on March 31 via Jawbone Press. The book received editorial assistance from Mark Eglinton, co-author of Rex Brown‘s memoir, “Official Truth, 101 Proof – The Inside Story Of Pantera”.
Originally released in Poland in October 2012, “Sacrum Profanum” was previously described by Darski as “a really long in-depth interview.”