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Demigod (album)

Demigod
Behemoth
Released October 25, 2004
Recorded May–June, 2004
Hendrix Studios, Poland
Genre Death metal
Length 40:41
Label Regain (Europe)
Century Media (North America)
Producer Nergal, Daniel Bergstrand, Arkadiusz Malczewski
Behemoth chronology

Conjuration
(2003)
Demigod
(2004)
Slaves Shall Serve
(2005)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4.5/5 stars link
PopMatters 9/10 stars link

Demigod is the seventh studio album by Polish blackened death metal band Behemoth. The album was recorded during May and July in 2004 at the Hendrix Studios and was released on October 25, 2004. Daniel Bergstrand mixed the record at the Dug out Studios in Uppsala, Sweden during July and August in 2004. The record was then mastered at the Cutting Room in Stockholm, Sweden in August, 2004.[1]

The track "XUL" included a guest guitar solo by Karl Sanders of Nile.

The track "Before the Æons Came" is an adaptation of a poem by British poet Algernon Charles Swinburne.

Track listing

No. TitleLyricsMusic Length
1. "Sculpting the Throne ov Seth"  NergalNergal 4:43
2. "Demigod"  NergalNergal 3:33
3. "Conquer All"  NergalNergal 3:31
4. "The Nephilim Rising"  Krzysztof AzarewiczNergal 4:22
5. "Towards Babylon"  NergalNergal 3:24
6. "Before the Æons Came"  Algernon Charles SwinburneNergal 3:00
7. "Mysterium Coniunctionis (Hermanubis)"  Krzysztof AzarewiczNergal 3:42
8. "XUL"  NergalNergal 3:13
9. "Slaves Shall Serve"  Krzysztof AzarewiczNergal 3:06
10. "The Reign ov Shemsu-Hor"  NergalNergal 8:28
Japanese bonus tracks
No. Title Length
11. "Conjuration ov sleep Daemons"   3:25
12. "Welcome to Hell"    

Personnel

Behemoth
Guest appearances
Production
  • Arkadiusz "Malta" Malczewski – sound engineer
  • Tomasz "Graal" Daniłowicz – cover design and artwork
  • Krzysztof Azarewicz – lyrics
  • Zenon Darski – weaponry and armour
  • Thomas Eberger – mastering
  • Sharon E. Wennekers – grammatical consultations
  • Dominik Kulaszewicz – photography
  • Krzysztof Sadowski – photography
  • Academic Male Choir From Lublin – choir
  • Tomasz Daniłowicz – The Core Ov Hell mask design
  • Zenon Darski – The Core Ov Hell mask finishing
  • Norbert Grabianowski – The Core Ov Hell mask forging
  • Piotr Bańka – synthesizer arrangements

References

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