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    I think Behemoth are on a mission to take over the world

    Saw them with Cradle of Filth last night. Cradle were good, but holy shit, Behemoth were a whole different level! Quite honestly I'd say they were one of the best live bands I've ever seen, and I only really know a couple of their tunes. Machine like levels of tightness, great tones (especially Nergal's lead sound), great stage presence and one hell of a show, plus the songs they chose were just a mission to tear the world a new arsehole.

    If you've not seen them, you owe it to yourself to go and see them.
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    Behemoth are often underrated as musicians.

    Some of their tracks and albums are hit and miss, but when they're good they're fucking incredible. Not seen them live, unfortunately.

    [VIDEO]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i-SmNvKKdew]Behemoth - Transmigrating Beyond Realms ov Amenti - YouTube[/VIDEO]

    PS: The above track, with the rest of Evangelion, is 6 tracked: 3 per side. 'Machine tightness' is about right.

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    I saw them at brutal assault and they were ok - i dont think the festival environment really suited them. Id like to see them in a club as im told they are great.

    Their set choice at bruatal assault was a lot of the slower more doomy tracks which i wasnt really in the mood for at the time.

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    I've seen them twice here in Toronto in small clubs - they're amazing live.

    Seeing them again in 2 months!

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    Their new album is pretty good

    And they always seem really tight live.

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    Agree 100%! It was an absolutely fricking incredible show!
    "The greatest power one may possess -- in any situation -- is simply not to care what happens.

    "In fact, it's the only power, all others being a semblance and mockery of it. But you must also not care about possessing the power itself. So fuck it."

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    Sounds alot like hate eternal. I'm not bitching. Love hate and behemoth.
    Confront and Cry

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    Some of the music on their new album sounds absolutely incredible. It sounds like it should be the backing to a 300 movie. The vocals though, just not my cup of tea.

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