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ehemoth is a Polish death metal band. Until the early 2000s, the band played traditional black metal with heathen lyrical contents, but soon changed to that of occult and thalamic themes written by their lead vocalist Nergal and Krzysztof Azarewicz. They are considered to have played an important role in establishing the Polish extreme metal underground, along-side bands such as Vader, Graveland, and Sacrilegium.
With the 2004 release of Demigod, the band showed their presence in the pure Death Metal scene, while retaining their own signature style characterized by the drum work of Inferno, multi-layered vocals and Nile-style Middle-Eastern influence.
Behemoth started with raw and primitive black metal rehearsal tapes and demos, the most significant one was From the Pagan Vastlands (1993) displaying the potential of the 16-year-old Nergal.
Signing with an esoteric Italian company Entropy Records, the band had the opportunity to record their debut release, an EP album entitled And the Forests Dream Eternally (1994) that gained extremely positive responses worldwide and eventually saw the band moving on to a new record deal with German label Solistitium Records. The latter record established Behemoth as one of the very few black metal bands from mid-eastern Europe with enormous potential. Consequently, stepping forward, the band recorded their second album Grom.
Grom has been the most controversial release so far, due to its many different influences and musical styles, using female vocals as well as aural guitars and synthesizers. At the same time, Behemoth finally got a chance to play live shows in their native country and touring around Europe gained stage experience as well as positive feedback from the crowds. Two years later, the band recorded a third album, titled Pandemonic Incantations which was a breakthrough moment in Behemoth's short career. Reactions of their ever-increasing fanbase and metal media set the new quality standards for them. However, due to a lack of promotion, the album was not very well received. After another extensive tour, Behemoth signed a two-album-deal with Italian Avantgarde Music in the fall of 1998. The first output of this new collaboration was the highly successful album Satanica, on which their black metal sound had evolved into blackened death metal.
Thelema.6 has been massively supported in the press and media all over the world, including having their album being officially released in Russia and Brazil for the first time in their career. Behemoth appeared in several prestigious live events like Wacken Open Air, With Full Force, Inferno Metal Festival, Mystic Festival, and Mind Over Matter Autumn. They started first headlining tour alongside with Carpathian Forest and Khold, followed by festival tour in Poland
The label also secured the band with two European tours in support to Deicide and Satyricon. Massive guitar parts and precise drumming, with influences from different sources, showed that Behemoth were there to offer something really varied and innovative once again, complete with characteristic fierce brutality and speed. Arrangements and technical invention on individual compositions made the album an ultimate one for the blackened death metal genre. Lyrically, Nergal and his partner Krzysztof Azarewicz offered something of a very sophisticated, intimate and profound obscurity.
In 2001, they did their second headlining tour in Russia, Belarus and Ukraine after completing the recording of their new songs. Meantime, Behemoth focused on writing new material for their sixth studio album.
February 2003, the band started their first tour in Norway, playing in cities as Bergen, Oslo and Stavanger. On March 11, 2003, the American premiere headlined Behemoth's first appearance in the US continent. Shortly after doing their first US tour the band was invited to join the Blackest of the Black Festival by Glenn Danzig. The already legendary festival included acts like Danzig, Superjoint Ritual, Nile, and Opeth. In the fall of 2003, Behemoth flew over to US to complete their third tour with Six Feet Under and Skinless. The band did their Finnish debut appearance on the famous Tuska Festival with Ministry, Soulfly, among others. At that time, due to some line up difficulties, Nergal parted his ways with Havok and Novy, who decided to focus on activities with their own bands.
The seventh studio album, Demigod, was released in 2004, followed by The Apostasy in July 2007. Shortly after the release of The Apostasy, the band was featured as one of Ozzfest 2007's second stage headliners, one of the four non-US bands playing that year. In October/November 2007, they played their first US headlining tour alongside Job For A Cowboy, Gojira, and Beneath The Massacre.