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Behemoth's Nergal Appears At Musicollective School In Poland

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It was reported earlier this month that Adam "Nergal" Darski of Polish death metal act Behemoth was back in the hospital after undergoing a bone marrow transplant due to leukemia.

Nergal is apparently out of the hospital and has now made an appearance at Poland's Musicollective school. Photos of the front man's first official live appearance since his transplant are available for viewing at this location.

In the photos, Nergal appears to be in good health and is playing guitar. Additional information on his condition will be announced as it is made available from the band.

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1. ReaperOfBodom writes:

Good to hear Nergal is doing well. Can't wait to hear new material and see Behemoth live again.

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2. R Tenney writes:

Yea good to see He's doing better! He still needs to tour for the last record that his health wouldn't permit him to do. I look forward to Behemoths return to the stage!

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3. RTB writes:

From a human nature standpoint im glad adam is doing better
from a musical aspect i could care less about behemoth...they lost me in 09..

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4. MJM writes:

Is that really him???? He looks like Donnie Walberg?????

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