Gallery: Behemoth Bring Their ILYAYD Art Exhibition To London
Behemoth threw a special party in London to launch their 11th studio album, I Loved You At Your Darkest.
The event – which has already been to Berlin and Gdansk – took place at London’s Underdog on Crucifix Lane (where else?) and featured images from the album artwork, taken by photographer Sylwia Makris and sculptures by Tomasz Górnicki.
Those in attendance included Radio 1 Rock Show presenter Daniel P. Carter, Tesseract guitarist James Monteith and Melanie Gaydos, who appears in many of the Renaissance-style scenes. Guests were also given the most Satanic promotional item ever created: a pouch of vegan dog food.
We’re completely expecting an I Loved You At Your Barkest merchandise sideline to emerge in coming months.
Check out the photographs below by Jake Owens.
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