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Tuska 2016

August 9th, 2016

Tuska-2016

The Tuska Open Air Festival has carved its name as one of the most important metal festivals amongst all other metal festivals in Europe. The media, label staff and PR -people travel all over the world to attend and feel and see the metal culture in Finland. All in all, 28,000 metal maniacs made a visit to a sold-out Tuska during three days. That’s excellent, as Tuska will be turning 20-years old next year, therefore it can be expected we’ll see something really unique as well as some bigger bands in 2017.

The line-up of the festival was mostly ignored the normal radio friendly audience whereas the die-hard metal freaks arrived at the Tuska Open Air Festival. Ghost, Avantasia, the domestic metal export Children Of Bodom and a number of other interesting names, like old thrash metal veterans Testament and Anthrax had to be witnessed of course. The Finnish Metal-Rules.com team was present the whole time and managed to catch several interesting bands during the 3 long days of pure metal madness.

by Marko Syrjala, Arto Lehtinen, Petri Da Costa

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BLOODSTOCK Release Day Tickets; Launch YouTube Competition

July 7th, 2016

Just six short weeks ‘til the gates are opened at Catton Park and the metal hoards flood onto the hallowed turf for BLOODSTOCK 2016!  To celebrate, day tickets are now on sale!  Ticket prices have been frozen for the FOURTH year running at £60 each (+ booking fee) and are available here.

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BLOODSTOCK confirms more bands!

June 12th, 2016
BLOODSTOCK festival has announced another batch of bands for August’s event at Catton Park, England!

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Bloodstock Open Air 2016 Less Than 3 Months Away!

May 23rd, 2016

Bloodstock, the UK’s biggest and best heavy metal festival is back again this year at Catton Park, Derbyshire, with as monstrous a line-up as ever.

The four day event, also featuring four stages, will be presenting headliners Twisted Sister, Slayer and Mastodon alongside thrash gods Anthrax, black metal innovators Venom, and American progressive metallers Symphony X.

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ENTOMBED A.D. Interview with L.G. Petrov

January 28th, 2016

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Conducted January, 2015

Interview by Jarod Lawley

Before the release of the Swedish death metallers’ 2nd album, Dead Dawn, on February 26th, we spoke to Entombed A.D.’s much loved vocalist L.G. Petrov about what to listen out for on the new record, touring with Behemoth and Abbath, and metal cruises!

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Fields of the Nephilim @ Islington Academy, London

January 5th, 2016

Fields of the Nephilim

@ O2 Islington Academy, London

17th December 2015

Review by Graham Hilling

Photography by Jo Blackened
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Fields of the Nephilim @ O2 Islington Academy

Fields of the Nephilim @ O2 Islington Academy

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Cannibal Corspe / Behemoth / Aeon: Theater of the Living Arts, Philadelphia, PA, March 1, 2015

March 18th, 2015

Cannibal Corpse / Behemoth / Aeon

Theater of the Living Arts

Philadelphia, PA

March 1, 2015

Review by InfamousButcher, Photos by SheWolf

CC and Behemoth

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BEHEMOTH – Interview With Adam “Nergal” Darski

February 6th, 2015

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Interview with guitarist/vocalist Adam “Nergal” Darski

By Peter Atkinson

Photos from https://www.facebook.com/behemoth https://www.facebook.com/officialnergal; and Metal Blade Records

The night of a show, first few dates of the tour phone interview: these things are almost always a challenge. They inevitably run late or are rushed, usually both, as they get squeezed in between meet-and-greets, sound check, dinner or there is some travel delay, equipment hassle, dodgy phone signal, personal crisis or illness to contend with. And that’s if they happen at all.

Too often, they end up having to be rescheduled. Sometimes more than once. I remember a week’s worth of phone calls and text messages through five cities in the U.S. and Canada before finally hooking up with Satyricon drummer Frost in 2009. Good times.

And that’s where it looked like things might be headed when I rang Behemoth’s tour manager for my appointed time with frontman Adam “Nergal” Darski prior to the band’s show in Austin, Texas, the third date of a five-plus-week North American trek with Cannibal Corpse – and got voicemail.

Fortunately, when I called back 10 minutes later, there was an answer. But, alas, not only would the interview need to be pushed back a half-hour because a meet-and-greet was running long, I was asked to keep it to 20 minutes because Darski already was experiencing trouble with his voice – which perhaps is no wonder. Behemoth – rounded out by bassist Tomasz “Orion” Wróblewski, drummer Zbigniew Robert “Inferno” Promiñski and guitarist Patryk “Seth” Sztyber — had traveled from their native Poland to Miami, spent four days at sea as part of the 70,000 Tons of Metal cruise, and then got right on the bus the kick off the tour with Cannibal in New Orleans.

Still, 20 minutes is certainly better than none, and even in a hurried conversation, we managed to cover quite a bit of ground – albeit not in much depth – from the 70,000 Tons of Metal trek and start of the current tour to the imminent English-language release of Darski’s own book “Confessions Of A Heretic: The Sacred And Profane, Behemoth And Beyond,” and the “definitive Behemoth biography” – as it’s being advertised – “Behemoth: Devil’s Conquistadors” by Łukasz Dunaj.

Darski also addressed his health, how his triumphant battle with leukemia in 2010-11 has changed the way he looks at life and what that might mean for Behemoth in the future, once the lengthy crusade on behalf of last year’s masterwork, The Satanist, comes to an end some time in 2016, when the band will celebrate its 25th anniversary.

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Behemoth @ The Forum London, December 09, 2014

December 21st, 2014

Behemoth

@ The Forum London

9th December 2014

Review by Ben Spencer
Photography by Jo Blackened
Altercarnated Photography

Behemoth @ The Forum

Behemoth @ The Forum

After battling against the London rush hour and being squashed up against the window of the Northern Line Tube it was time to head return the London Forum to get an early week fix of metal in the form of Behemoth.

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Behemoth debuts “Ora Pro Nobis Lucifer” Live Video, announces “Xiadz/Blow Your Trumpets Gabriel” EP

December 3rd, 2014
Behemoth, © Photo Monika Deviat

Behemoth, © Photo Monika Deviat

Polish blackened death merchants Behemoth have premiered a new live video for their song “Ora Pro Nobis Lucifer” from their heralded latest album, “The Satanist,” via their official youtube channel. This marks the first ever official live video for the band. Sparing no expense or artistic integrity, this video was shot by long time Behemoth video collaborators, Grupa 13.

Furthermore, after receiving numerous emails from fans asking the band to release both of their latest EPs on CD, the band have answered. Front man Nergal comments: “We have talked about this for a long time – whether do this or not. Finally, we’ve decided to make it happen. BUT still in a strict limit to keep this stuff exclusive.”

Today, the pre order of “XIADZ / Blow Your Trumpets Gabriel” on CD digipack begins. The preorder is available exclusively via the Behemoth web shop HERE, and will start shipping (together with all other items put in the same order with the CD) on December 10th. CD’s are strictly limited to 2000, so hurry up to claim yours!

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Summer Breeze 2014 – Dinkelsbuhl, Germany

November 3rd, 2014

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Metal, beer and bratwurst are the unholy alliance at German metal festivals. Those festivals are those things that every banger has to experiment once in lifetime. Even though festivals are packed by those obvious and quaranteed bands on the bill, but missing the true metal feeling is something. Summer Breeze has grown tremendously and gained the monumental status amongst several other metal festivals in Germany. The main headliner of this year was without any doubts Machine Head. The Summer Breeze festival is the well organized metal festival in Southern Germany. Even though most of bands appeal to the metal public, but some strange German acts such as JBO were on the bill. However, Summer Breeze was a great success, despite the horrible weather. Here is the brief article of the fest.

By Arto Lehtinen and Jani Koskela

Pic by Arto Lehtinen

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Copenhell Festival 2014 at Refshaleoen Copenhagen, Denmark

August 23rd, 2014

Copenhell Festival 2014
Refshaleoen
Copenhagen, Denmark
11-13/6 – 2014

Review and live pictures by Anders Sandvall

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Hellfest Festival 2014

July 14th, 2014

Hellfest Festival 2014

@ Clisson, France

20th-22nd June 2014

Review by Kirsty Birkett-Stubbs & Graham Hilling
Photos by Graham Hilling

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Metal Alliance Tour 2014 Hits Calgary

May 7th, 2014

Metal Alliance Tour 2014

MacEwan Hall, Calgary Alta.

April 29, 2014

Review and Photos by Monika Deviat

Behemoth, ©  Photo Monika Deviat

Behemoth, © Photo Monika Deviat

On April 29, 2014 the Metal Alliance Tour rolled into Calgary Alta. for a very early show. The venue at the University of Calgary, MacEwan Hall, had a very early curfew for the show and so doors were opened at 5pm with the first band on at 5:45pm. The early start time unfortunately reduced the number of attendees, as did the lack of Inquisition on bill who were unable to cross the border. The three more well-known acts on the bill, Goatwhore, 1349 and Behemoth have played packed venues in Calgary previously. Due to the size of the hall and the division between the beer gardens at the back of the room and the all age’s section in front of the stage, the crowd looked a little thin.

It was a slow start when Black Crown Initiate came on stage. There were very few people in the venue and no line up outside because of the early start time. A few more people trickled in over the course of the set but it was a very noticeably small crowd. Their technical death metal infused with progressive influences was enjoyed by the audience, and a sizable amount of people moved up towards the stage to show their appreciation of the music. The songs flowed seamlessly from an instrumental introspective intro into their heavier catalogue.

Black Crown Initiate, ©  Photo Monika Deviat

Black Crown Initiate, © Photo Monika Deviat

Black Crown Initiate, ©  Photo Monika Deviat

Black Crown Initiate, © Photo Monika Deviat

Black Crown Initiate, ©  Photo Monika Deviat

Black Crown Initiate, © Photo Monika Deviat

Louisiana’s Goatwhore always gets a good response in Calgary, filling larger bar sized venues with raucous fans. Although there were considerably more people for Goatwhore’s set, it still looked like small crowd due to the room size. Frontman Ben Falgoust demands the audience’s response with his intense stage presence as he prowls around the stage striking epic poses and headbanging in between ferocious vocals.  Sammy Duet shredded through driving riffs and razor sharp solos. Bassist James Harvey was an indomitable presence as he delivered tight bass lines and Zack Simmons was menacing behind his drum kit. The set sampled from the bands previous albums with songs like “The All Destroying”, “When Steel and Bone Meet”, along with a new tune from the upcoming album Constricting Rage of the Merciless [Metal Blade Records, 2014] called “Baring Teeth For Revolt”. The set finished with favorites that really got the crowd moving “Alchemy of the Black Sun Cult” and “Apocalyptic Havok”.

Goatwhore, ©  Photo Monika Deviat

Goatwhore, © Photo Monika Deviat

Goatwhore, ©  Photo Monika Deviat

Goatwhore, © Photo Monika Deviat

Goatwhore, ©  Photo Monika Deviat

Goatwhore, © Photo Monika Deviat

Goatwhore, ©  Photo Monika Deviat

Goatwhore, © Photo Monika Deviat

Norway’s 1349 brought a more malicious atmosphere to the line-up. The stage was awash in red as the band took the stage. Vocalist Ravn was an intimidating force, holding up gauntleted fists to crowd to emphasize his venomous vocals.  Jon Rice (ex-Job For A Cowboy) was filling in once again on drum for Frost and did an excellent job with the relentless drum beats. “Sculptor of Flesh” started off the set and after a few songs the band gave the crowd a taste of upcoming album with “Slaves” which seemed well liked by the crowd.  They finished off with “When I was Flesh” and “Atomic Chapel”.

1349, ©  Photo Monika Deviat

1349, © Photo Monika Deviat

1349, ©  Photo Monika Deviat

1349, © Photo Monika Deviat

Behemoth never fails at putting a performance that shows thought put into every detail. From costumes and backdrops and sets, to stage presence and character, it all holds the audience enthralled. Whether or not you are a fan of their newest offering the Satanist [Nuclear Blast, 2014], which was heavily featured in the set list, the performance delivered entertained and engaged. The band strode on stage with Nergal following last, ceremoniously walking out with fire torches held in both hands. Nergal stood with his back to the audience, torches crossed, and the anticipation was built up until they launched into “Blow Your Trumpets Gabriel”. Orion was towering and ominous with his bass. Inferno pounded into his drums, though was mostly hidden behind his kit for the majority of the set. Seth shredded on his guitar with Nergal and stalked around the stage.  Behemoth gave fans some older favorites like “Conquer All”, “Christians to the Lions”, and “Chant for Eschaton 2000” mixed in with the new, including the title track from The Satanist. Their excellently executed set ended with “O Father, O Satan, O Sun” and the band donned horned masks to finish with a very evil atmosphere.

Behemoth, ©  Photo Monika Deviat

Behemoth, © Photo Monika Deviat

Behemoth, ©  Photo Monika Deviat

Behemoth, © Photo Monika Deviat

Behemoth, ©  Photo Monika Deviat

Behemoth, © Photo Monika Deviat

Behemoth, ©  Photo Monika Deviat

Behemoth, © Photo Monika Deviat

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Behemoth + Cradle Of Filth @ The Forum, London

March 2nd, 2014

Behemoth and Cradle of Filth

at Kentish Town Forum , London

10th February 2014

Review by Ashlinn Nash

Photography by Jo Blackened

Altercarnated Photography

Behemoth @ The Forum

Behemoth @ The Forum

The weather has darkened, the north winds have arrived with an Arctic chill and that’s just outside the Kentish Town forum this evening. The venue itself is preparing for an onslaught of the deepest and most violent creatures it has seen for a long time, with bands from the black , death and gothic genres of metal with ballistic beats, harrowing screams and brutality that can only come from the most skilled of lyrical poetic masterminds.
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