All lyrics are in polish so I don’t have the slightest idea what they are about, but they give the impression to be quite religious in an orthodox way, and at least I hope they are full of blasphemy, but for all it’s worth, they could as well be praising the Lord…
Polish black metal band Batushka released their sophomore album “Hospodi” through Metal Blade Records on July 12th.
As previously reported here at Stargazed Magazine, Polish black metal act Batushka will release their sophomore album “Hospodi” through Metal Blade Records on July 12th. Now the band have shared the majestic new song and video for “Wieczernia”.
Named after an Old Church Slavonic word for “God,” “Hospodi” enhances all the unique qualities that made the band such an instant phenomenon, while offering an entirely distinct and fresh sensory experience. The album boasts the most ferocious and bewitching songs the band has penned to date – along with a newfound sense of rock swagger.
Asp previously reported, Behemoth is joining forces with US act Lamb Of God for a show at Gothenburg’s Partille Arena on June 26th 2019. It has now been announced that the Polish black metal band Batushka will be the opening act.
In addition to the incinerating shrieks that you might expect in black metal, you’ll hear also reverberating liturgical chants in Church Slavonic – the language used in the Orthodox Church, something also reflected in clothes and stage show.
Sweden Rock Festival announce final line-up for 2019 by adding Behemoth, Lucifer, Pete Way Band, Burning Witches and more!
Behemoth, LOK, Hank Von Hell, Lillasyster, Lucifer, Rock På Svenska: En Hyllning Till Strängen, Dizzy Mizz Lizzy, Pete Way Band, The Bones, Darkane, Oz, Brothers Of Metal, Burning Witches and Dust Bowl Jokies completes the line-up.
Tommy Nilsson returns to rock after 33 years! Easy Action and more announced for Sweden Rock Festival 2019!
1986 saw the release of a Swedish melodic rock classic: the Easy Action album “That makes one”....