22 Years Ago: BEHEMOTH release Grom (original unused artwork)

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22 Years Ago: BEHEMOTH release Grom (original unused artwork)

"Grom" is dedicated to ourselves,
Bards of Pomeranian Heathendom

BEHEMOTH released their second album, Grom, on this day in 1996. The first edition was put out by Carsten Molitor's great Solistitium Records (WYRD, BILSKIRNIR, HELHEIM, NOCTERNITY). We only had contact towards the end of Solistitium and the short-lived Omvina, but always a great trading label releasing excellent pagan/black metal.


Original flyer

Grom's artwork was designed by David Thiérrée. During the early-mid 90s he designed covers for WARLOGHE, LORD WIND, MUTIILATION, several of the Morbid Tunes of the Black Angel tapes; created logos for bands and labels including Embassy and Necromantic Gallery, made early flyers for STRID and GORGOROTH and his drawings can be seen in various fanzines. You can find David's work and news on his facebook page. He also published a collection of work in the book Owls, Trolls & Dead King's Skulls: The Art of David Thierree.

Unused pencil drawing by David Thiérrée, made for the Grom CD

Unused pencil drawing by David Thiérrée, made for the Grom CD