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Behemoth Mixing Live Album, Nergal Comments On His “Great Hunger” For The Band’s New Songs


Behemoth frontman/guitarist Nergal has revealed that the mixing process for the band’s upcoming new live release is underway. That effort will focus on material captured during their touring behind “The Satanist” with more details to come. In other news, Nergal also recently spoke with Metal Hammer regarding the ongoing writing process for their next album:

“We’re in writing mode and I’ve been really creative lately. Once I did Me And That Man, I came back with a great hunger to make new music for Behemoth. It’s a little different. On one hand, where we stopped with ‘The Satanist‘ I take it from that place, but I’m developing. There’s new sounds and there’s new flavor I’m incorporating in these new songs.

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It’s exciting. We’ve got a few songs started, some are finished – but we’re not rushing. We want to make sure everyone is on the same page, everyone is happy with the process and we are comfortable with everything that comes out.”

He went on to add:

“All those people who don’t like that I’m doing a thing on the side [Me And That Man,] relax. Behemoth is going and I bet it’s going better than ever. Be patient. I’ve got to do this thing first, then I’ll come back and do something that’s spectacular again.”

Nergal will next be in stores with the release of the debut album from Me And That Man, his folk/bluegrass project with John Porter. That outfit will put out “Songs Of Love And Death” on March 24th.

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