They are considered to have played an important role in establishing the Polish extreme metal underground. Until the late s, the band played a traditional black metal style with heathen lyrical content, but soon changed to that of occult and thelemic themes written by their lead vocalist Nergal and Krzysztof Azarewicz. With the release of Satanica , the band demonstrated their presence in the death metal scene, while retaining their own signature style characterized by the drum work of Inferno , multi-layered vocals, and Middle Eastern influences. Despite Behemoth having been labeled as death metal or thrash metal -influenced, Nergal has mentioned that he does not like the band to be labeled. Behemoth was formed in as a trio, with Nergal on guitar and vocals, Baal on the drums, and Desecrator on the guitar. From the Pagan Vastlands Their next release was Sventevith Storming Near the Baltic in A year later, they recorded their second album Grom , which was released in Grom features many different influences and musical styles, using female vocals as well as acoustic guitars and synthesizers.
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historical usage of behemoth
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To save this word, you'll need to log in. The original behemoth was biblical; it designated a mysterious river-dwelling beast in the Book of Job. Based on that description, scholars have concluded that the biblical behemoth was probably inspired by a hippopotamus, but details about the creature's exact nature were vague. The word first passed from the Hebrew into Late Latin, where, according to English poet and monk John Lydgate, writing in , it "playne expresse[d] a beast rude full of cursednesse.
Behemoth is mentioned in a speech from the mouth of God in chapter 40 of the Book of Job , a primeval creature created by God and so powerful that only God can overcome him: . Job , ESV. The passage pairs Behemoth with the sea-monster Leviathan , both composite mythical creatures with enormous strength which humans like Job could not hope to control, yet both reduced to the status of divine pets.