Nergal of Behemoth recently conducted an interview with Rock Sverige in which he revealed his plans for the band and other musical endeavors. So far, a new album from Behemoth isn’t confirmed, but Nergal claimed that the band would enter the studio in 2016 and that he thought “…it would be really smart and good to have a new album out in 2017”. He also mentioned some side projects outside of metal and an interest in the works of David Bowie. Needless to say, if the band releases further confirmation for a release, it’ll probably go on our radar. Behemoth has apparently sold enough albums to live quite comfortably, and that’ll probably continue for many years.
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7 thoughts on “Behemoth to enter the studio in 2016”
Hopefully, the studio burns down before they get there.
Hopefully it burns down when they’re in there.
Hopefully the studio burns down after they have nailed every take and then are sitting around criticising the mix.
Someone should plant a bomb on their studio
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