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Behemoth's Nergal Issues New Update On Live Shows

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Behemoth recently announced that the band will be returning to the stage in October. Front man Nergal, who recently underwent a bone marrow transplant for Leukemia, has now checked in with the following update:

"Hey everyone! I just came back from the first Behemoth's gathering since my imprisonment. We were brainstorming about the future of the band. We wanna make sure our upcoming shows will be our best yet. Live performance must be raised to the next level.

"Set list will be refreshed pretty much. Some of the songs we have never played live...huh, lotsa work but we are more than ready to bite the bullet! Wait and see and be surprised! More info will follow soon…"

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awesome news.

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4. Jackrum writes:

does that mean bloodstock will be added to next years tour list?

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5. GORECUNT writes:

I hope so Jackrum

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