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Behemoth prepares for tour with Dimmu Borgir

Poland's most blasphemous and entertaining export, BEHEMOTH, are set to make their much anticipated return to North America this spring on "The Invaluable Darkness Tour Part 2: Legions of the Chosen Few" as direct support to Dimmu Borgir. The month-long trek, which kicks off on April 2nd, also features Keep of Kalessin in the support slot and marks BEHEMOTH's third stateside run in support of The Apostasy. See below or visit www.myspace.com/behemoth to view their complete touring itinerary.


Nergal (vocals, guitars) states: "We've always been big Dimmu fans, plus I've known the guys since early 90's and we've remained friends ever since. Silenoz (Dimmu Borgir guitarist) and I have been thinking about putting together this package for a long time now. The idea was to create the most lethal bill and bring evil back to States! For BEHEMOTH it's gonna be the last tour of North American for The Apostasy touring cycle. I'm stoked. I'm more than sure that fans will totally dig this package. We've got some surprises ready for this event, so hopefully you are all ready for it. See you all there.


"We just finished shooting a video for another song from The Apostasy. Picking 'At The Left Hand Ov God' as our next single seemed to be a natural choice. We wanted to do something new and refreshing. This is the most epic clip we've ever done. Darek Szczepanski from Group 13, a company based in Wroclaw, Poland, was in charge for the production. We had 20 people working for us for two days, 15 hours straight. Sit tight and get ready for something huge and disturbing!"


There is no doubt in anyone's mind that BEHEMOTH emerged from 2007 as the definitive band within the extreme metal genre. The group became Ozzfest 2007's most talked about act and followed that up with the massive Radio Rebellion Tour, co-headlining alongside Job For A Cowboy that further solidified their status as one of the genre's most explosive, premiere live acts. They have also performed over 150 shows this year and show no signs of slowing down anytime soon as their highly acclaimed album, The Apostasy, remains on pace to become their highest selling effort yet.

Here are the tour dates

BEHEMOTH W/Dimmu Borgir, Keep of Kalessin
04/02 Sound Academy Toronto, ON
04/03 Metropolis Montreal, QC (with Necronomicon)
04/04 The Trocadero Philadelphia, PA
04/05 Newport Music Hall Columbus, OH
04/07 The Myth St. Paul, MN
04/09 Edmonton Events Center Edmonton, AB
04/10 MacEwan Ballroom Calgary, AB
04/11 The Big Easy Spokane, WA
04/12 Roseland Theatre Portland, OR (with Heaven Shall Burn)
04/14 The Warfield San Francisco, CA
04/16 The Grove Anaheim, CA
04/17 Rialto Theatre Tucson, AZ
04/18 Sunshine Theatre Albuquerque, NM
04/19 Ogden Theater Denver, CO
04/21 Stubbs BBQ Austin, TX
04/22 Cain's Ballroom Tulsa, OK
04/24 Mr. Smalls Theatre Millvale, PA
04/25 Starland Ballroom Sayreville, NJ
04/26 The Palladium Worcester, MA (New England Metalfest)
04/27 930 Club Washington, DC
04/28 NorVA Norfolk, VA
04/30 Culture Room Ft. Lauderdale, FL
05/01 Jannus Landing St. Petersburg, FL
05/02 The Masquerade Atlanta, GA
05/03 Bogart's Cincinnati, OH
05/04 House of Blues Chicago, IL
The Wicked One

i might be interested but they aren't coming to MI. Though it seems cool to go to Ohio twice.
WinterSolstice

I'll be seeing them when they hit Ft. Lauderdale.
Man's Coming Curse

If only Behemoth would come to England, Im going to the Bloodstock fest this year and cant wait to see Dimmu and Iced Earth on stage, its gonna be one hell of a festival
Aggelos Poneros

well, I'll see Behemoth this year at MetalCamp Cool

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