Polish extreme metalers Behemoth have set Evangelion as the title of their 9th full-length studio album due out this summer.
Posted on Apr 16, 2009 11:34 am
Polish extreme metalers Behemoth have set Evangelion as the title of their 9th full-length studio album due out this summer. Evangelion marks the follow up to the bands extremely successful 2007 release The Apostasy; a release which saw Behemoth acquire the supporting slot to second stage headliners Hatebreed on Ozzfest which also featured Lamb Of God, Lordi, and Nile just to name a few. Following Ozzfest, Behemoth co-headlined the Radio Rebellion Tour with Job for a Cowboy with support from Gojira and Beneath the Massacre with the band's final North American tour being a direct support slot to Norwegian legends, Dimmu Borgi. After a short break for writing, Behemoth entered Radio Gdansk in Poland to begin recording. Evangelion see's Behemoth, Daniel Bergstrand and Woytek and Slawek Wieslawscy as producers with Colin Richardson (Machine Head, Slipknot, Napalm Death, Carcass) set to mix the album.
Here's what frontman Nergal has to say; I've had this title in my head for almost a year now and it grew on me. It sounds nothing but powerful and epic which perfectly mirrors the essence of the new album. Evangelion comes from a Greek word Spreading the word of God' or spreading the good news'oh well, you already know that we love to play with the meanings and symbolism. We're here to show you our interpretation of what Evangelion really is.
In support of the band's 9th full-length studio albumEvangelion, Behemoth will be touring on what is sure to be this summer's largest and most bone crushing metal festival; the Rockstar Energy Mayhem Festival.Behemoth will be conquering the Hot Topic stage alongside label mates Cannibal Corpse, The Black Dahlia Murder, Job For A Cowboy and Whitechapel on over 25 dates this summer so make sure to catch the masters of blackened death metal live when they come to a city near you.