Polish death/black metallers BEHEMOTH will perform their critically acclaimed current album, “The Satanist”, in its entirety on the band’s upcoming European run in early 2016. They also plan to bring a brand new exhibition concept, “The Congregation”, on tour. The exhibition will be dubbed “A Symbiosis Of Behemoth And Toxic Vision” and will showcase collaborative work between BEHEMOTH and Toxic Vision, the artist that BEHEMOTH has been working closely with over the past few years in terms of stage outfits, music videos, stage/photo props and such. The exhibition is planned to be held in tent, a capsule created to capture an experience on its own and built a solely for this purpose, and was first shown by Toxic Vision (in a similar way) at this year’s installment of renowned Inferno festival.

Commented BEHEMOTH leader Adam “Nergal” Darski: “We’ve always pushed ourselves very hard trying to reach the highest picks 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, renowned and absolutely brilliant artist and designer from Canada whom we have worked with on several projects in the past (BEHEMOTH stage gear, video clip costumes), will be accompanying us on this European 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 on board!”

Adds Toxic Vision CEO Sharon Toxic: “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.”

“The Satanist” sold around 10,000 copies in the United States in its first week of release to debut at position No. 34 on The Billboard 200 chart.

Asked about BEHEMOTH‘s plans to follow up “The Satanist”, Nergal told Australia’s “Rabid Noise” podcast: “Well, I don’t really think about following it up yet. I have to change my way of thinking. I focus on the present moment — on here and now — and just make we squeeze the fuck out of this album, all the juices, and make sure all the touring [is completed successfully]. We have this attitude that we want people to have this impression that it’s the last time we play on stage. When you see us live, it’s now or never, if you know what I mean. So I’m not like… I used to be like that… I’d go into the studio and spit out the record, and the record… Name any record, it’s been every time I did that. And I was already thinking of the next one, because I knew that I’m gonna top myself, and I really attempted that every time. But I was never satisfied. And this time, it’s quite the opposite. So this is it — this is the ultimate BEHEMOTH album — and there’s no plans to record the next one yet. So what we focus on, we focus on the quality of the touring for ‘The Satanist’, and let’s see what the future brings after that.”