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Behemoth Posts First "Making Of" Video for New Album

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Behemoth has posted the first in a series of episodes documenting the making of the band's new album. The first video, which covers pre-production, can be viewed below.

As previously reported, Behemoth will enter the studio next month to record their new album. The band has not yet announced an album title but frontman Nergal says they have written roughly nine songs so far. The album is expected to be released this fall through Nuclear Blast Records.

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1. deathbringer writes:

These guys are growing on me. I was a little underwhelmed when I saw them live for the first time, probably because of all the hype I'd heard, but I really like the sound of this stuff.

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2. Rake writes:

I hope this album turns out better than the Apostasy, I felt that album was a little over-hyped. It's good but it could've done without the the whole operative side to it. Demigod, on the other hand, was f***ing amazing. I love that album.

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3. bbristowe writes:

God I love the rigs they are using. Such a killer tone.

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4. Rubyred writes:

Even though the visual image of BEHEMOTH working in their/I quess Nergal music Studio no longer shows (that's disappointing): I've seen the studio footage a couple of times already, it's really "thunder jamming" blew me away!!!! My goodness it was quite "loud & dangerous" I most say (the drums (liked Inferno fancy drum twirling), guitars & bass kicking it into high gear) and it's also very potent/alluring...'seeing them in their natural looks! Like the brief pt 1 interviews with the members & it was nice seeing both Nergal & Orion's home studio's their very beautiful homestead Studio's & neat as hell. NICE! Seth guitar solo toward the end was jamming...'taking everyone off Planet!!!

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