Behemoth has just finished touring their home country of Poland. Eight of the nine shows went flawlessly and were massively attended (mostly sold out!). One show in Poznan was cancelled due to political and religious agitations. The band promises to come back as soon as they can.
Nergal, outspoken Behemoth frontman comments, “We are seriously worn out. Why? We gave our very fuckin’ best to deliver the highest quality performance during these 8 shows. I dare to say that this band has never been in a better shape. On every possible level we reached our top… now let us enjoy the view for a moment. All shows went absolutely brilliantly and for many reasons “The Satanist tour” has already earned its place as a massive historical achievement for Behemoth! We are taking few weeks off now before flying to South America and South Africa in November/December. In the meantime, we are planning seriously thrilling surprises for you… just wait and see!”
A brief video including live clips from the Gdanks show is available HERE.
Behemoth‘s “The Satanist” debuted at #1 during its week of release in Poland. The album also debuted at #34 on the Billboard Top 200 charts in the US, 21 spots higher than the band’s previous album, “Evangelion.”