“Live” Review: Behemoth’s ‘In Absentia Dei’

September 16, 2020

Behemoth‘s production heavy In Absentia Dei is a game-changer for concert livestreams. 

Behemoth – “Demigod”

December 21, 2019

The making of the be-all and end-all of Polish death metal.

Watch: Nergal’s Me and That Man Release New Single, “Run With the Devil”

December 6, 2019

Me and That Man, led by Behemoth frontman Nergal return with new blackened blues featuring Shining’s Jørgen Munkeby.

Behemoth to Host ‘I Loved You at Your Darkest’-themed Art Installation in NYC

November 1, 2018

Behemoth will host a specially-curated art exhibition following their NYC show on November 3.

Nergal From Behemoth Talks About the Decibel Magazine Tour 2012

February 21, 2017

We spoke with Behemoth’s prime abominator Nergal about what it meant to return to the stage after his devastating illness, and what he could recall about his tourmates during that time.  Some of his remarks are exclusive to the Special Issue, but the remainder of that interview is here for you to check out right now.

Nergal (Behemoth) interviewed

May 9, 2016

** Behemoth frontman Nergal and Decibel have a long history. From Behemoth’s first cover in August 2007 [HERE], to the group’s covers thereafter [HERE and HERE] to headlining the first Decibel tour in 2012, the Poles have occupied a special place in our dark hearts. And let’s face it. They belong there [in our dark hearts]. From the group’s humble beginnings as a Mayhem and Root cover band–more or less–to the stupendous The Satanist album, Behemoth have come a long way from the alleys of Gdansk to the top of extreme metal’s global heap. Decibel caught up with Nergal on the group’s The Satanist tour, where we asked the single more important question there is to ask.

Beyond the Veil: Decibel Tour ’12

June 5, 2012

Backstage at the Philadelphia stop of the inaugural Decibel Magazine Tour with Nergal from Behemoth. Plus Watain, The Devil’s Blood, In Solitude, some guy in the pit wearing a sombrero, etcetera… If you enjoy this, please check out previous Decibel video segments with Morbid Angel and Bonded by Blood.