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Album Review

You pretty much know what lies in store for you whenever you listen to a new release from extreme metallists Behemoth: growled vocals, galloping guitar riffs, etc. And on their 2008 EP, Ezkaton, the group doesn't stray far from the expected path. But that's not to say that the lads aren't experts at what they do. In fact, as far as extreme metal goes, Behemoth create a most impressive massive sonic wall (quite possibly more so than any other band of the genre), and this is proven once more right off the bat, with the album opener "Chant for Ezkaton," as well as such other tracks as "Jama Pekel." And tacked on the end are a few live tracks, including an impressive, rapid-fire rendition of "From the Pagan Vastlands." Supposedly, Ezkaton was released as a taster of sorts, to hold over fans until Behemoth unleashes their tenth full length album — and first for Metal Blade Records — in 2009. However, don't be fooled into thinking this is a stop-gap throwaway release. Ezkaton is one fierce beast.

Customer Reviews

Great

I'm a big Behemoth fan so this is a great ep for me. I know most people won't like Quadosh but I like it, it may be drawn out but sometimes a change of pace can be powerful. The live songs are great I just wish there was more of them that's really the only problem I have with this they were calling it a live album I thought there was going to be more live songs on it. And "I'm Not Jesus" is a cover of the Ramones song, but an amazing one, more interesting than the original in my opinion.

Great new release by Behemoth.

Behemoth is great however, this one EP is not so great. The only good songs are tracks 1+2. I don't like how they play "From the Pagan Vastlands". They should play it like their black metal days not blackened death metal. The song "I'm Not Jesus" is actually a Ramones cover. Keep it Metal!

FINALLY!!! (And to anyone who says Nergal uses protools)

I'm a huge Behemoth and I've always been waiting to hear "Chant For Ezkaton 2000 E.v." for a while since they changed it from the old way to the new way, this version's a lot heavier!!! I also love the new song and the covers. I also can't believe that they did a live version of "From the Pagan Vastlands"!!!! It's been so long. And NERGAL DOES NOT USE PROTOOLS!!! Seth and Orion help out most of the time. so, screw all the fools who say Nergal uses protools cuz NERGAL IS GOD!!!

Biography

Formed: 1991 in Gdansk, Poland

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Considered to be one of the leading death metal bands to emerge from Poland in the 1990s, Behemoth have endured quite a few lineup shifts in the course of their career (especially in the bass department), with founding singer/guitarist Nergal (Adam Darski) being the only constant member. Behemoth were formed in 1991 (originally as a trio), and began issuing several demos shortly thereafter, the most circulated one being 1993's From the Pagan Vastlands. The same year, the band issued their debut release...
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