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Behemoth’s Nergal kicked out of gym for wearing Darkthrone shirt & not believing in Jesus

Posted by on August 15, 2019

Behemoth are currently on the road with Slipknot, Volbeat and Gojira for the Knotfest Roadshow tour. Sometime between the group’s shows on August 12th at DTE Energy Music Theatre, Clarkston, MI and last night’s performance at Veterans United Home Loans Amphitheater at Virginia Beach, Virginia Beach, VA, frontman Nergal ended up getting kicked out of […]

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Behemoth fans get busy in the pit during Roskilde Festival

Posted by on July 8, 2019

It’s not every day you’re able to shock Behemoth frontman Nergal but a couple in Denmark found a way to do so. The band recently played at Denmark’s Roskilde Festival and the vocalist was shocked at what he saw in the pit. A couple engaged in oral sex during the band’s performance and it was […]

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Charges dropped against Behemoth’s Nergal for allegedly insulting Poland’s coat of arms

Posted by on April 17, 2018

A few months ago, Behemoth’s Nergal headed back to court in Poland over a merch design the country believed was an insult to their coat of arms. While Poland continues to find reasons to accuse the Polish artist, they haven’t been able to make a charge stick, and once again, Nergal is a free man. […]

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Rob Halford open to collaborate with Behemoth’s Nergal and Emperor’s Ihsahn

Posted by on March 15, 2018

When it comes to all genres of metal, Rob Halford is never afraid to experiment or indulge. We’ve seen the metal god’s willingness to collaborate that also included him sharing the stage with other acts like In This Moment and Babymetal, as well as his industrial side project 2wo . Noisey recently spoke to the legend to […]

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Nergal: “From now on, my full energy goes on Behemoth”

Posted by on January 31, 2018

  We can’t help but notice that Behemoth frontman Adam “Nergal” Darski has been a little more visible lately. Perhaps it’s because he was in Los Angeles in the past week, where he had a chance to listen to new Tool music and hang out at NAMM. Or maybe it’s because it’s getting to the […]

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Behemoth’s Nergal says “welcome home brothers” to Decapitated

Posted by on January 9, 2018

When Decapitated were initially arrested, Behemoth’s Nergal was one of the first to respond to their worst nightmare. During that time, he urged everyone to refrain from judgement along with explaining that his Polish tech death metal friends are a bunch of good guys and “decent and hard-working fellas.” Now, the weight (or wait?) has […]

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Behemoth currently in the studio working on a new album

Posted by on November 1, 2017

It has been 3 years since Behemoth released The Satanist and now are finally back to release their 11th studio record. Not too long ago, front man Nergal posted rehearsal footage on instagram featuring new material. Now he posted a nice scenic view of their studio:     My church is black. This is our shelter for […]

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Me And That Man making Nergal hungry for new Behemoth material

Posted by on March 16, 2017

Nergal has spent a decent amount of time on his Me And That Man project, we’ve seen new video for “Cross My Heart and Hope To Die” from the debut album Songs of Love and Death out March 24 via Cooking Viny, as well as “Ain’t Much Loving” and “My Church is Black.” While taking a break to exploring […]

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Nergal crosses heart, hopes to die in new Me And That Man video

Posted by on March 10, 2017

Nergal’s side project, Me And That Man, will be releasing their first album, Songs of Love and Death, on March 24th via Cooking Vinyl. We’ve already heard a few songs from the album, “My Church is Black” and “Ain’t Much Loving.” Now there’s a third song, “Cross My Heart and Hope To Die,” that has a […]

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Here’s another new song from Nergal’s folky, gothic Me and That Man

Posted by on February 14, 2017

We’ve known for a while that Behemoth’s Nergal would be releasing a folky, bluesy album under the name Me and That Man. After hearing (and seeing the video for) “My Church Is Black,” it became apparent that while the lyrical content isn’t drastically changed from Behemoth, the sound certainly was. Sounding like a whiskey-soaked combination […]

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