Behemoth is tentatively slated to release the follow-up top their 2018 album I Loved You at Your Darkest sometime this fall. The announcement comes alongside Behemoth's re-signing to Nuclear Blast, and revelation that they're planning a European arena tour with Arch Enemy this fall (which might be what Jeff Loomis was alluding to in a recent interview).
"Nuclear Blast has been a household name in metal for decades, and Behemoth has been part of that long and illustrious history," said vocalist and guitarist Adam "Nergal" Darski. "But now is about the future, and we look forward to beginning Behemoth's next chapter with a refocused and revitalized team at Nuclear Blast!"
Darski was recently convicted of "offending religious feelings" in Poland over a photo of himself from 2019 stepping on an image of the Virgin Mary. Darski thus far has been ordered to pay a 15,000 złoty (~$4,000) fine and 3,500 złoty (~$942) court case fee, and has contested the judgement. If he's found guilty after a full trial, Darski faces up to two years in prison.
So here's hoping we get that new Behemoth album before Darski possibly lands himself in prison.