Behemoth are gearing up to announce their highly anticipated new album. Before hitting the road with Slayer on the thrash titans' farewell tour, the Polish blackened death-metal group spent the first part of the year in the studio recording the follow-up to 2014's The Satanist, including with an adorable kids choir, and earlier this month (July 2018), they held an exclusive fan listening session of five new songs in a Swedish church. Today (July 25th), the band took shit next level, posting an incredible Renaissance-style image (by artist Sylwia Makris) of frontman Nergal crucified on the cross to social media, along with the provocative caption "GOD=DOG" and, on Twitter, the word "soon." Album title? Song title? You'll just have to wait to find out.
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