June 12, 2021
Photo: Grzegorz Gołębiowski

Polish heretics BEHEMOTH have today unveiled a sumptuous and visceral new video for Shadows Ov Ea Cast Upon Golgotha, a track taken from last summer’s 4-tk A Forest EP.

The video, produced by long time BEHEMOTH collaborators Grupa 13, brings to life some of the spectacular artwork by renowned Polish artist and photographer Sylwia Makris, featured on the band’s much lauded 2018 album, I Loved You At Your Darkest. Check out the clip below.

The A Forest EP has returned to DSPs after a lengthy period of unavailability, but now fans can purchase and stream the EP once more.

BEHEMOTH frontman Nergal says: “Shadows Ov Ea Cast Upon Golgotha is the final piece of the puzzle to complete the ILYAYD cycle. An amazing album campaign for Behemoth, and this is its grand send off! Once again, we collaborated with Grupa 13 and created a very cinematic script and vision. There are numerous references linking this new video and our previous videos for God=Dog and other ILYAYD videos. It’s all high-end, unseen footage and has a cool and intriguing story running through it. And Legions, we have a busy end to the year and we HOPE to see many of you in the Fall on The European Siege with Arch Enemy, Carcass and Unto Others. Regardless, prepare yourselves for some monumental announcements to come over the next 12 months!”

BEHEMOTH return to these shores later this year for The European Siege tour, bringing with them Arch Enemy, Carcass and Unto Others.

Tickets are on sale now!

Behemoth – The European Siege 2021

  • 28 Sep – DUBLIN, Ireland – Olympia Theatre
  • 30 Sep – GLASGOW, Scotland – O2 Academy
  • 1 Oct – MANCHESTER, England – O2 Academy
  • 2 Oct – BIRMINGHAM, England – O2 Academy
  • 3 Oct – LONDON, England – O2 Brixton Academy

The I Loved You At Your Darkest album was met with vast critical acclaim upon release in 2018 and marked a milestone in the band’s history, not only being their most successful album to date, but also as an audio/visual masterpiece. Its intricate, blasphemous artwork was showcased in a number of special gallery events across the globe.

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