Warning: Behemoth’s video for “Bartzabel” is NSFW

    You’ve been advised.

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    Polish death metal outfit Behemoth are back again with another nightmarish and slightly disturbing music video—this time, for their latest single, “Bartzabel.”

    In typical Behemoth fashion, the five-minute-long clip is shot entirely in black-and-white, and features scenes of nudity and a bloody ritual. According to a report by Consequence of Sound, the band were heavily inspired by famed English occultist Aleister Crowley while making “Bartzabel,” specifically his conjuration of the Spirit of Mars, which the song is named after.

    “Our trusted friends at Grupa 13 [depicted it in the video] beautifully,” frontman Adam Darski, aka Nergal, commented. “I may even go as far to say that it’s my favorite Behemoth video of all time!”

    “Bartzabel” follows the release of “God = Dog” and “Wolves ov Siberia.” The tracks will appear on Behemoth’s upcoming studio full-length, I Loved You at Your Darkest, due Friday.

    Watch the music video below: