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Behemoth ‘Opvs Contra Natvram' 1LP NOX Earbook, Black White Gold Splatter, signed, limited to 1160

Behemoth ‘Opvs Contra Natvram' 1LP NOX Earbook, Black White Gold Splatter, signed, limited to 1160

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The newest Behemoth record, entitled 'Opvs Contra Natvram' will have it's premiere on September 16th 2022 worldwide, and you can grab your copy in a preorder in our Webstore! Beautifully released as a vinyl record digibook, looks and feels like a work of art. The cover and booklet comes in the NOX version and a Black White Gold Splatter LP colour. This version is Available in the Behemoth Webstore only!! 180g Vinyl in a strictly limited lavish coffee table book. Featuring black artwork and hot foil stamping, embossing and UV varnish, including 32page booklet. Exclusively for the Behemoth Webstore, each copy is signed by Nergal, Inferno and Orion which makes them unique and strictly limited. This signed release is limited to 1160 items worldwide! TRACKLIST: SIDE A

  1. POST-GOD NIRVANA
  2. MALARIA VVLGATA
  3. THE DEATHLESS SUN
  4. OV MY HERCULEAN EXILE
  5. NEO-SPARTACVS

SIDE B

  1. DISINHERITANCE
  2. OFF TO WAR!
  3. ONCE UPON A PALE HORSE
  4. THY BECOMING ETERNAL
  5. VERSVS CHRISTVS

Please remember, that signing this quantity of records by the band takes lots of effort and must be done quickly. Each of band members is treating the record with the utmost respect. But after this process they are not new anymore. They are not damaged, but when Nergal, Inferno, Orion sign them, along with their signature they can accidentally push the cover a bit too much, leaving for example a slight wrinkle additionally. Again, this does not mean a damage typical for a transport damage (bends, tears, holes etc etc). It's just a slight sign of usage. This does not happen very often, but can happen. The signatures are not printed in the factory and then all is sealed and mint. There is a human factor when the guys are signing the records and this is in fact something in addition from the band, making the record even more unique. It's not a fault.

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