Behemoth will share live performance filmed on top of the Palace Of Culture & Science in Warsaw to mark album release

Author Flavia Andrade - 14.9.2022

Polish black metal giants Behemoth will stream a pre-recorded mini-concert filmed on top of the Palace Of Culture & Science in Warsaw, Poland. This live set will be shared via Behemoth’s YouTube channel this Thursday, September 15, at 6PM CEST. The group’s twelfth studio album “Opvs Contra Natvram” will be released on September 16, via Nuclear Blast.

Frontman Adam “Nergal” Darski shares:

“Legions! We have gathered atop Poland’s infamous Palace of Culture to perform four brand new tracks from our record ‘Opvs Contra Natvram‘, released this Friday! For a long time, Behemoth have been censored and pursued by the Catholic Church at the behest of our fascist government. This performance, with the backdrop of this building, represents a monumentous middle finger to those pigs and another for Joseph Stalin and his Soviet circle-jerk. Viva Freedom!”

You can see their announcement below: