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Poland’s high priests of extreme, BEHEMOTH, have revealed another ferocious track from their forthcoming 12th studio album, Opvs Contra Natvram, which is set to arrive via Nuclear Blast on 16th September 2022. 

The Deathless Sun cements BEHEMOTH’s reputation as one of the most innovative and ground-breaking extreme bands on the planet.

The track comes with not one, but two accompanying visuals; an explicit and macabre narrative video, featuring the incredible high aesthetic that BEHEMOTH are renowned for, and a performance clip of equal grand magnitude.

Frontman and BEHEMOTH visionary, Adam ‘Nergal’ Darski, comments:

BEHEMOTH has been hating christ in different ways since 1991, and we still manage to reinvent the wheel! We’re very proud to present our latest offering to that cause, The Deathless Sun from our upcoming new record.  This track showcases aspects that many BEHEMOTH fans love about our music, plenty of aggression and melody. That contrast is the reason we decided to release TWO amazing videos to accompany this single release.

One is very shocking…so shocking that we had to create a whole new video to release alongside it! Choose carefully! As always, I look forward to seeing your reaction, Legions. Enjoy the ride!

‘Opvs Contra Natvram’ is the sheer embodiment of rebellion, individuality and unflinching self-expression, shaped by a literary worldview.  It also reflects a musical evolution, there’s little doubt that ‘Opvs Contra Natvram’ is BEHEMOTH’s strongest and most sophisticated musical collection to date.

Pre-order or pre-save the album here, and check out the narrative video for The Deathless Sun below.

BEHEMOTH will be kicking off their forthcoming EU/UK dates in Dublin’s 3Olympia Theatre with Arch Enemy, Carcass and Unto Others. Tickets are on sale now and are selling fast. Contact DME Promotions for updates.

The full list of dates can be seen below:

The band will also be closing the Ronnie James Dio stage at Bloodstock next month as headliners for the Friday night. Tickets for Bloodstock Festival are running low, so be sure to bag your’s today before it’s too late.

Oran O’Beirne 2022