Behemoth frontman Adam “Nergal” Darski spoke in an interview with Thrash Talk, and revealed what he thinks about anarchism.
“You’ve mentioned in other interviews that Satan isn’t to you as closely related to personal freedom and the absence of rules and rulers.
You also have the  album ‘Thelema.6,’ which is based on Alister Crowley’s works, and to me, it also seems basically like anarchism. Would you say that you’re an anarchist?”
“Well, if you could give me the definition of what anarchism is, I would tell you. I think it’s utopian considering the world we live in. Can we truly be anarchistic? You could just say ‘fuck the system’ and you’d end up in the street. You’re homeless. You’re using your freedom to the fullest.
Obviously, I do acknowledge the fact that I’m a slave to the system on some levels because I pay taxes, I pay bills.
On some levels, I’m like, ‘I’m part of society. It doesn’t matter if I like it or not, it is what it is.’ The world we live in is different from what it was a few thousand years ago, but it is what it is.
But, on spiritual and metaphysical levels, I choose to make my own decisions and I’ve set up my own laws that I’m faithful to. These laws are still very, they’re constantly evolving and dissolving.
The only true future that I can think of now is constant change, so yeah. On some spiritual levels, maybe I am anarchistic, and it’s all about liberating yourself from the shackles of authoritarian religious concepts and stand against it because it’s not compatible with my system. I guess I explained myself here.”
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