Watch Behemoth let the “Wolves ov Siberia” run wild

    Featuring real Siberian wolves, of course.

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    Following the announcement of their new album I Loved You at Your Darkest, Polish death metal favorites Behemoth have dropped a video for their latest single, “Wolves ov Siberia.” And yes, in case you’re wondering, it does feature actual Siberian wolves.

    Compared to their other music videos (remember “God = Dog,” anyone?), the visual for “Wolves ov Siberia” is relatively tame. By that, we mean no nudity or any of the bizarre Satanic imagery these extreme metalheads are best known for. Just straight-up gore.

    Under the direction of Kyle Kadow and Steen Cleavland, the clip takes place in an eerie forest inhabited by the titular animals. They are a ferocious pack, roaming the grounds in search of food. But just in time, their prey comes along: A lone woman wandering through the woods. We’ll leave you to figure out what happens next.

    I Loved You at Your Darkest, the group’s first LP since 2014’s The Satanist, is due on October 5.

    Watch the video for “Wolves ov Siberia” below: