Wenn er schon nicht schreien und trümmern kann, dann immerhin auf der Bühne stehen! Behemoth-Chef Nergal gibt seinen Einstand standesgemäß mit einer Legende: Carl McCoy & Fields Of The Nephilim. Ein denkwürdiger Moment für die Kämpfernatur:
„I just came off stage…Katowice, Poland. It was my first performance after the transplant. I don’t remember when the last time I was THAT nervous. First of all, I had to join one of my favorite bands ever, true legends, FIELDS OF THE NEPHILIM… secondly, I’m still not 100% in shape so I didn’t know how my body would react. I would risk saying I’m maybe 60% of what I used to be… but still progressing!
Anyway, We did a song „Penetration“ together with Carl McCoy and Co. What a blast I have to tell you. I had a serious adrenaline rush and it was such a boost of energy I can’t even describe. My mouth dried out after 30 seconds so I could hardly breathe but the energy wouldnft let me stop. I was carried away. The moment I saw the crowd, I felt this double bass pounding underneath my feet… I was in trance. I’m counting days ‚til we come back with Behemoth full time. 5 months to go…huh.“
Aber auch für seine Behemoth-Kollegen hat Adam „Nergal“ Darski nur Lob übrig, wie er jetzt in einem Interview zeigte:
„I have the best bandmates on the planet, man; they’re very supportive, and I know that they’re people I can depend on. I can tell you that they can depend on me even more than ever nowadays. I’m very thankful for being in the band. We are all individual. We are all pretty much different, but I’m really happy to see that we all speak the same language.“