Behemoth have announced a North American trek with Denmark’s Myrkur dubbed the Blasfemia Amerika Tour 2016. The run will feature the band performing 2014’s The Satanist in its entirety along with The Congregation exhibition, which is a collaborative effort between the Polish extreme metallers and artist Toxic Vision. Behemoth vocalist/guitarist Nergal comments:

“We’ve always pushed ourselves very hard trying to reach the highest peaks of artistic creativity. This time around, we are not only coming back to perform The Satanist in its entirety, but are also bringing along a collaboration that’s unheard of! Toxic Vision, who is a renowned and absolutely brilliant artist and designer from Canada whom we’ve worked with on several projects in the past (Behemoth stage gear, video clips, costumes…), will be accompanying us on this trek with a unique exhibition called The Congregation. We are beyond excited to see how these synergies coexist! Sharon, it’s an honor to welcome you aboard!”

Toxic Vision CEO Sharon Toxic adds:

“It is a real honor to work alongside Behemoth and have this opportunity to bring a vision to life! We aim to dazzle and inspire, I am inviting everyone to step into the dark world of The Congregation – an exclusive showcase of my work with Behemoth. Nothing like this has been done before, and of course, nothing is really as it seems with Toxic Vision. This is a culmination of craft and magic … once you step inside, you might never find your way out.”

4/21 – Philadelphia, PA | Theatre of the Living Arts
4/22 – New York, NY | Webster Hall
4/23 – Boston, MA | Royale
4/25 – Montreal, QC | Virgin Mobile Corona Theatre
4/26 – Toronto, ON | The Phoenix Concert Theater
4/27 – Detroit, MI | St. Andrews Hall
4/29 – Chicago, IL | Thalia Hall
4/30 – Minneapolis, MN | Mill City Nights
5/01 – Lawrence, KS | The Granada Theater
5/03 – Denver, CO | The Gothic Theatre
5/04 – Salt Lake City, UT | The Complex
5/06 – San Francisco, CA | The Regency Ballroom
5/07 – Santa Ana, CA | The Observatory

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