See Behemoth’s Nergal Join Slayer for “Evil Has No Boundaries” Performance in Poland

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It’s hard to wrap our minds around the idea of a world without Slayer, but we’re getting ever closer to that sad reality. The thrash OGs are, of course, in the midst of their final world tour, and they kicked off the the sixth leg of the trek last night (June 4th) at the Gliwice Arena in Poland. Singer-bassist Tom Araya, guitarists Kerry King and Gary Holt and drummer Paul Bostaph tore through a massive, career-spanning 20-song set, which ranged from old-school classics like “Mandatory Suicide” and “Angel of Death” to latter-day cuts such as “World Painted Blood” and “Repentless.” In the middle of their pyrotechnic performance, the band tossed in a nice surprise for their Polish fans, welcoming out Behemoth frontman and Polish native Adam Nergal Darski to join them on an excoriating version of Slayer’s 1983 song “Evil Has No Boundaries.” Behemoth have been playing with Slayer on multiple legs of their final world tour, with Nergal singing their praises across many recent interviews. The Polish blackened death-metal crew will be joining Slipknot later this summer on the Nine’s first-ever Knotfest Roadshow North American tour. Check out fan-shot footage of “Evil Has No Boundaries” performance, which Behemoth shared via the band’s Facebook page this morning, below.

Slayer set list, Arena Gliwice, Gliwice, Poland, June 4th, 2019:
Blood Red
World Painted Blood
Hate Worldwide
War Ensemble
Mandatory Suicide
Chemical Warfare
Evil Has No Boundaries
(with Nergal)
Born of Fire
Seasons in the Abyss
Hell Awaits
South of Heaven
Raining Blood
Black Magic
Dead Skin Mask
Angel of Death