​Church, nudity, and new headgear​s: Behemoth releases new video "Rom 5: 8"

Polish black/death metallers Behemoth have released a new video for the song "Rom 5: 8" from their latest album "I Loved You at Your Darkest". The clip was produced by Grupa13, which was previously engaged in video production of Behemoth's "Sabbath Mater".

In "Rom 5: 8", Behemoth used standard images for their video works: a church, inverted crosses, naked and sometimes disfigured bodies covered in blood.

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The band's 11th LP "I Loved You at Your Darkest" came out on October 5, 2018, being mixed by Matt Hyde (Slayer, Children of Bodom) and mastered by Tom Baker (Ministry, Nine Inch Nails, Marilyn Manson).

In 2020, Behemoth will play concerts in Ukraine and Russia. Follow the link to watch the music video by Me and That Man (the project of Behemoth's leader Adam 'Nergal' Darski) for the song "Surrender", recorded with Volbeat's guitarist Robert Caggiano.


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