Behemoth Forced to Change Venues in Columbus due to Owners’ Religious Beliefs; ‘Wow, Big Motherfuckin’ WOW!’ Says Nergal

by | Apr 3, 2012

Behemoth have been forced to change venues for the opening night of their North American tour, set to kick off on April 11th in Columbus, Ohio, due to religious conflicts with the owners of The Brewmaster’s Gate.

“Wow, big motherfuckin’ WOW!” frontman Nergal commented. “We are facing a legendary moment: Amerika, the land of the free, is banning Behemoth coz of religious beliefs. The madness starts in Ohio, but of korz we are playing anyway. Nothing can stop us now. God, please save me from this freedom…”

The show will now be held at the Alrosa Villa.

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