Behemoth Release New Track ‘Ora Pro Nobis Lucifer’

Posted: January 28, 2014 in Metalhammer
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An exclusive shot from our feature, out now! [PHOTO: Ester Segarra]

Behemoth have unleashed another crusher of a track from new album The Satanist.

Do we even need to tell you how good Ora Pro Nobis Lucifer is? Because honestly, it’s very, very fucking good indeed.

Crank it up and lose your shit below:

Behemoth frontman Nergal recently opened up to Metal Hammer on the significance of The Satanist and the meaning behind its controversial title.

The Satanist is a very simple title, but it is also very complex and multi-dimensional,” Nergie Nerg explains. “On the surface it appears to be very primitive and raw but it is also very meaningful and complex. In a sense, I don’t want or need to explain it because everyone can find their own interpretation. I think the music on The Satanist is enough. In a way, I have no need to talk about it.

I wanted to make an honest statement about who I am and what life means to me, through this music. Satan is the most misunderstood figure in the world. He represents the truth and spirit of man, the freedom and honesty of who we are. I was raised as a Catholic and so I was told a lot about Satan, but it wasn’t the truth. Satanism is about life and liberation and love for freedom. I have Satan in me, flowing through my veins and through my music.”

For more on that amazing feature, check out our current issue, out now!

The Satanist is out next month via Nuclear Blast.

Catch Nergal and co with Cradle Of Filth at the London Forum on February 10.

from Metal Hammer
via Merlin


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