I Loved You at Your Darkest is the eleventh studio album by Polish blackened death metal band Behemoth, released on October 5, 2018. Like its predecessor, The Satanist, I Loved You at Your Darkest was met with universal acclaim from music critics.
I Loved You At Your Darkest. Released October 5, 2018. I Loved You At Your Darkest Tracklist. 1. Solve (Intro) Lyrics. Another known paraphrase of that same passage is I can love you now, because I loved you at your darkest. I Loved You At Your Darkest Q&A.
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Behemoth is seen in a new light (in the dark) with their latest album I Loved You At Your Darkest an absolutely powerful and significant part of their journey. ILYATD begins with the short yet intensely powerful Solve, a track that brings forth the innocence of children in the form of a choir and the soothing yet significantly disturbing sounds of an organ. Both provide an equally intense and eerie atmosphere, thereby setting the tone and mood for the rest of the record. Following this comes the first single released off the album, the one that sparked so much enjoyable heated debate and talk, but a track that showcases the sheer depth at which Behemoth enter when composing and writing music. God Dog comes in with a captivating into and then a barrage of unrelenting riffs and blast beats that definitely remind you of all your favourite Behemoth moments.
Hellishness and Satanism run rampant on the high-energy I Loved You at Your Darkest, the 11th studio album by Polish death metal band Behemoth. That said, Behemoth isn’t a band that might normally be on my radar.
On essentially every other Behemoth album, even if an individual song is a low-point, its situation within the track-list and service to the pacing of this album usually compensate for its individual weakness. The new output by this Polish extreme metal trio, I Loved You at Your Darkest, is partly old-school, signature Behemoth that we have known for long and partly the new, more rock-influenced trend the band wishes to seek. Nonetheless, the dominant sound of the album is the looming, ferocious and macabre ambience, with several ritualistic sections and dark, sacrilegious, myth-imbued lyrics.
My impression though, delivered with no agenda except to illuminate and inform, is that I Loved You At Your Darkest will, ultimately, be held up more as a transitional album for the band, rather than as one of their truly defining moments. However that doesn’t mean that it’s a bad album by any means – in fact that run from Ecclesia. through to Angelvs XIII is incredibly strong indeed – and I doubt any of their serious fans will be majorly disappointed when they finally get their hands on it in a few weeks.