Behemoth's "XXX Years Ov Blasphemy" Livestream Coming October 31

Behemoth's "XXX Years Ov Blasphemy" Livestream Coming October 31

What are your plans for Halloween? If you're not already committed to dressing up like a ghoul and trying to scam free candy from your neighbors, here's something else you might considering doing.

Behemoth, the iconic extreme metal band from Poland, is ready to tear it up on October 31 with three live sets at three different locations... The Scorched Forest, The Path of Via Dolorosa, and The Desecrated Temple. This is not your typical livestream metal show; it is, to quote the band, "a cinematic experience unrivaled in its profanity." Celebrating 30 years as a band, Behemoth will be pulling out tunes from throughout their three decades of music, so expect the unexpected. Each show is being held for a different time zone. The first is at 6PM JST for Asia, Australia and New Zealand. The second is at 6PM GMT for UK, Europe and Africa. The final show, at 6PM PDT/9PM EDT, is for audiences in North and South America. In addition to the lavishly produced live show, ticket holders will be able to watch the show on demand for 24 hours after the initial screening in each specified time zone.

Behemoth includes two ESP artists. Frontman Nergal's current signature model is the LTD NS-6, a guitar that's based on the coveted ESP Stream guitar shape, offering a range of brutal tones with a pair of Fishman Fluence Modern Humbucker pickups. Bass player Orion is also a longtime ESP player.

Adam "Nergal" Darski says, "30 years of blasphemy and bring on 30 more! What better night than All Saint’s Eve to celebrate this most unholy anniversary than with us as we present the most ambitious project of our career to date, ’30 Years of Blasphemy’. Legions, when I say this is the ultimate cinematic Behemoth experience, I cannot express how much I mean that. Another huge risk for us but as always, we go feet first and push our limits. The result will be a sight to behold. We’ll see you in The Forest… and more.”

Get more info and buy tickets here.

Comments
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Joe A.

I really enjoyed the final show! It's spectacular!

Messy K.

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Messy K.

We in drain repair considered this last Halloween. It was so much fun.