Having released their most gripping album to date, I Loved You At Your DarkestBehemoth return once again to spread the word of the unholy. On January 24th, the band releases the I Loved You At Your Darkest Tour Edition – an obsidian gem in their discography, including the I Loved You At Your Darkest track-listing with brand new, alternate artwork by Nicola Samori; plus, an exclusive BBC Radio 1 session and unreleased documentary, “Thou Darkest Art”, taken from the band’s career affirming art gallery exhibition in London last year. 

Pre-order the I Loved You At The Darkest Tour Edition here:

Today, the band has released an official music video for “Rom 5:8“!

Behemoth comments: “To celebrate the monumental start of the Slipknot European tour – we proudly present the official video for ‘Rom 5:8’. Ready your voices, Legions, we shall need them!”

Check out the video here:

I Loved You At Your Darkest marked a milestone in the history of Behemoth, being not only the most successful album of the band, but also an audiovisual masterpiece: from its detailed, blasphemous artwork, to the highly vicious and at the same time deeply emotional tracks, Behemoth once again played with fire – and ignited a wildfire burning the narrowminded bigotry of Christianity down to the ground. 

Last week, the band already released the digital Live At Maida Vale EP with exclusive tracks that were recorded during an BBC Radio 1 Session. Just like the atmospheric “Wolves Ov Siberia“:

Behemoth will be joining Slipknot on their European ‘We Are Not Your Kind Tour‘ which kicks off tomorrow in Dublin. See below for all dates! 


1.14 — Dublin, Ireland — 3Arena
1.16 — Manchester, UK — Arena
1.17 — Newcastle, UK — Utilita Arena
1.18 — Glasgow, UK — The SSE Hydro *SOLD OUT*
1.20 — Sheffield, UK — FlyDSA Arena
1.21 — Nottingham, UK — Motorpoint Arena
1.22 — Cardiff, UK — Motorpoint Arena *SOLD OUT*
1.24 — Birmingham, UK — Arena *SOLD OUT*
1.25 — London, UK — The O2 *SOLD OUT*
1.28 — Amsterdam, Netherlands — Ziggo Dome *SOLD OUT*
1.29 — Frankfurt, Germany — Festhalle *SOLD OUT*
1.30 — Paris, France — AccorHotels Arena
2.1 — Esch-sur-Alzette, Luxembourg — Rockhal *SOLD OUT*
2.2 — Lyon, France — Halle Tony-Garnier
2.4 Budapest, Hungary — Papp László Budapest Sportaréna
2.6 — Lodz, Poland — Atlas Arena
2.8 — Stuttgart, Germany — Hanns-Martin-Schleyer-Halle *SOLD OUT*
2.9 — Munich, Germany — Olympiahalle *SOLD OUT*
2.11 — Milan, Italy — Mediolanum Forum
2.12 — Zurich, Switzerland — Hallenstadion
2.14 — Vienna, Austria — Stadthalle
2.16 — Hamburg, Germany — Barclaycard Arena *SOLD OUT*
2.17 — Berlin, Germany — Mercedes-Benz Arena
2.18 — Dortmund, Germany — Westfalenhalle *SOLD OUT*
2.20 — Copenhagen, Denmark — Royal Arena
2.21 — Stockholm, Sweden — Ericsson Globe *SOLD OUT*
2.22 — Oslo, Norway — Telenor Arena
2.24 — Helsinki, Finland — Hartwall Arena *SOLD OUT*


Press Release courtesy of Metal Blade Records.

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