It's an eternal question facing music fans: do you want your favorite artists to keep making shit that sounds like what they've done before, or do you want them to create something new and different. How much do you want them to explore? Sometimes that creative exploration is conscious, a deliberate effort to rebuild and redefine; sometimes it's subconscious, guided by instinct, dream logic or drug experience. Sometimes it means traveling the world, communing with shamans and street musicians and rented Japanese dogs; sometimes it means reaching out into different mediums, genres, colors and emotions. The individuals spotlighted in this issue of Revolver have all opened minds, pushed their boundaries —and our own — by taking creative leaps that may have been jarring at first but ultimately, after many listens, won the public over.
The box set cover is additional photography by Jimmy Hubbard from Revolver’s special photo shoot — inspired by the band’s aesthetic and latest album, I Loved You at Your Darkest — with Behemoth frontman Adam Nergal Darski.
Box Set Includes:
The newsstand/subscriber cover of Behemoth
3 bonus covers ONLY available when you purchase the box set
Also featuring: Glenn Danzig // High on Fire // Turnstile // Cypress Hill // John Carpenter // Rez Metal // The Black Queen // Jesus Piece // Gouge Away // Starcrawler // Leeched
BEHEMOTH – I Love You At Your Darkest
Limited Edition Amber Colored Double Album
"It doesn't get more blasphemous than this," declares Behemoth mastermind Nergal, about the band's album, 'I Loved You At Your Darkest'. While it certainly seems an unlikely title for a black metal band, its origin might surprise fans even more than the words themselves. "It's a verse from the Bible," Nergal reveals. "It's actually a quote from Jesus Christ himself. For Behemoth to use it as the basis of our record, it's sacrilege to the extreme."
BEHEMOTH – Mess Noire
Limited Edition Colored Double Album
Polish black/death overlords Behemoth present the live collection Messe Noire, recorded at Progresja in Warsaw, Poland on August 8, 2016. Comments singer/guitarist Nergal: "'Messe Noire'. Well, that is everything that the Behemoth live magick represents, and we're stoked that we have a true representation on record for everyone out there to enjoy. 'Messe Noire' captures the true intensity of what we do as a band and the energy we share with our fans. This is also an exclamation mark, the perfect way to conclude 'The Satanist' cycle which has been an overwhelming experience and amazing chapter in Behemoth's career and our lives so far!"
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