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Also known as Baphomet (1991)

Country: Poland
Label: Nuclear Blast Records

Links: Official Website
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Formed in: 1991

1991-1998Black metal
1999-Blackened death metal


1991-  Nergal - guitars, vocals
1997-1999  Inferno - drums
› 2000-  -//-
2003-  Orion - bass, backing vocals
2012-  Seth - guitars, backing vocals
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1991-1992  Desecrator - bass, guitars
1991-1996  Baal Ravenlock - drums
1993  Orcus - bass
1993-1994  Frost - bass
1996-1997  Leszek "Les" Dziegielewski - bass, guitars
› 1999  -//-
1998  Mefisto - bass
2000-2003  Havoc - guitars, backing vocals
2000-2003  Marcin Nowak - bass
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1992  Obscure Perversion - bass
1992-1994  Robert Fudali - keyboards
2004-2012  Seth - guitars
1999  Bartłomiej "Bruno" Waruszewski - bass
2003  Istvan Lendvay - bass
2004  Michal "Stoker" Stopa - guitars
2013  Krimh - drums
2013  Adam Sierżęga - drums
› 2016  -//-
2017  Les - bass, guitars
2017  Baal Ravenlock - drums
2017  Jon Rice - drums
› 2022  -//-
2019  Havoc - guitars
2004  Karl Sanders - guitars
2007  Leszek Możdżer - piano
2007  Warrel Dane - vocals
2009  Maciej Maleńczuk - vocals
2009-2013  Krzysztof Oloś - keyboards, samples
2013-2014  Michał Łapaj - hammond organ
› 2018  -//-
› 2022  -//- piano
2020  Niklas Kvarforth - vocals


Latest reviews

With an album title that means ‘work against nature’, you may have expected Behemoth to create a work more contrary to their own nature.
Review by musclassia ››
In the process of promoting A Forest, Nergal said that "covering music outside of metal is a challenge - covering legendary music is an even greater challenge... a lot of bands try it and a lot of bands fail".

This is a challenge in which Behemoth failed miserably.
Review by nikarg ››
With ten full-lengths under their belt, all more or less acclaimed within the extreme metal community, Behemoth have nothing to prove to anyone. Throughout the band's long career any experimentation and progress from album to album was somewhat restrained and given in small, manageable doses. As a result the fans never really felt "alienated" or "betrayed". With their eleventh opus, I Loved You At Your Darkest or ILYAYD for short, Behemoth have come up with what is bound to be their most divisive release ever.
Review by nikarg ››
Not too many bands could throw a spoken-word, Kenny G sax muzak thing into the middle of a song called "In The Absence Ov Light" and not get laughed away into obscurity. Behemoth can get away with shit like that. They're just too cool to be dismissed. They sound cool and, with a theatrical sense that rivals well over half a Lady Gaga, they LOOK cool. I mean, I'm not gay, but I'd let Nergal and Orion double team me if they still want to.
Review by wormdrink414 ››

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