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Nergal crosses heart, hopes to die in new Me And That Man video

Posted by on March 10, 2017

Nergal’s side project, Me And That Man, will be releasing their first album, Songs of Love and Death, on March 24th via Cooking Vinyl. We’ve already heard a few songs from the album, “My Church is Black” and “Ain’t Much Loving.” Now there’s a third song, “Cross My Heart and Hope To Die,” that has a […]

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Here’s another new song from Nergal’s folky, gothic Me and That Man

Posted by on February 14, 2017

We’ve known for a while that Behemoth’s Nergal would be releasing a folky, bluesy album under the name Me and That Man. After hearing (and seeing the video for) “My Church Is Black,” it became apparent that while the lyrical content isn’t drastically changed from Behemoth, the sound certainly was. Sounding like a whiskey-soaked combination […]

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Behemoth’s Nergal singles out The Cult, Mark Lanegan, Babymetal records in Amoeba trip

Posted by on January 17, 2017

Late last week, we saw Behemoth frontman Nergal’s bluesier side with his folk project Me and That Man. This could have been a surprise to many that had seen the  band’s Satanist tour last year, leading some to wonder what else Nergal’s taste includes. In a recent video, he was willing to share what was in his […]

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Nergal’s folky side project Me And That Man releases song, NSFW video

Posted by on January 13, 2017

We’ve known for a while now that Behemoth frontman Nergal would be releasing a folky solo album. The day has come, as Me and That Man has released their first single. “My Church is Black.” The song, taken from their forthcoming album Songs of Love and Death, is as close to a mission statement for the man and […]

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Behemoth eyeing 2017 for next album

Posted by on August 23, 2016

Two years ago, Behemoth released The Satanist, a rare example where a band’s 10th album was arguably their best. As of last year, the band suggested that the best way to follow up the album was to perhaps break up. Then frontman Adam “Nergal” Darski announced that he’d be working on a solo album with elements […]

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Behemoth’s Nergal working on a “blues, country, folk” album for later this year

Posted by on February 10, 2016

Nergal sings the blues? That’s our suggested album title for the solo album from Behemoth frontman Nergal. While blues, country and folk are about the farthest thing away from Behemoth’s black metal excellence, that’s what he describes as the sound of his forthcoming solo debut. Last year, he said the music he was working on for […]

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There’s a new Behemoth album coming, and it might have a post-punk influence

Posted by on January 13, 2016

What a difference a few months makes. Behemoth frontman Adam “Nergal” Darski followed up 2014’s The Satanist by saying that doing anything new from the band was super low on his list of priorities. He also said, in essence, that their most recent album was so good that he didn’t even want to follow it up. Now, […]

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Behemoth’s Nergal joins Machine Head on stage

Posted by on September 14, 2015

Something certain about the metal community is that Machine Head is fairly popular among the masses and so is Behemoth’s frontman Nergal, therefore seeing them together on stage is not a big surprise but still pretty cool to witness. The Satanist joined the band during their latest show in Gdansk, Poland and played “Davidian” for the […]

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Review: Confessions of a Heretic by Adam Nergal Darski

Posted by on June 12, 2015

Almost a year has passed since I first wrote that Adam Darski, the polish metal behemoth otherwise known as Nergal, was having his memoir Confessions of a Heretic: The Sacred and the Profane: Behemoth and Beyond translated from his native tongue into English. I immediately knew that this book deserved a spot on my shelf and […]

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Nergal from Behemoth opening a bar, second barbershop

Posted by on April 21, 2015

While there’s a chance that Behemoth might have written their last album, that doesn’t mean that the band’s frontman, Adam “Nergal” Darski is sitting around idly. He’s been working on solo material, the band are still releasing videos and touring, and Nergal is a full-blown entrepreneur now. He’d already opened a barbershop a few years […]

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