Adam Nergal Darski joined Guitar World for an interview in which he compared Behemoth with his solo project Me And That Man. According to the musician, Behemoth is a high-gain band unlike Me And That Man.

Adam ‘Nergal’ Darski is the founder, lyricist, frontman, and manager of the extreme metal band Behemoth, the band he started back when he was a teenager. In the band, he also plays the lead, rhythm, and acoustic guitar.

Apart from working with Behemoth, Nergal contributes to other artists and makes solo efforts. He has a solo project called Me And That Man which focuses on country, blues, funk, and folk with a sound far different from Behemoth.

In an interview by Guitar World, Nergal talked about Behemoth and his solo project Me And That Man. He commented on Me And That Man’s upcoming third album ‘New Man, New Songs, Same Shit, Vol. 2.,’ and compared both bands he is working with.

Speaking about the differences between the bands, Nergal said that people wouldn’t want to hear him play any Behemoth song with his Me And That Man set-up, because it would turn out really bad. He then said both bands are of two opposite worlds, and Behemoth is a high-gain band, unlike his solo project.

In the interview by Guitar World, Adam Nergal Darski said that:

“You don’t want to hear any Behemoth song played with my Me and That Man set-up. We could never pull off anything – because it would sound like… someone farted!

Of course, there are no secrets – with Behemoth, it’s a high-gain band. You’ve got to have this sustain and punch. You can’t do that with the Me and That Man setup.

So, it’s basically two opposite worlds – because the music comes from two opposite angles. I mean, you can compare it… But what’s the purpose? It’s not going to work.”

Me And That Man’s third release ‘New Man, New Songs, Same Shit, Vol. 2.,’ is due to release on November 19, 2021, via Napalm Records. The album is a sequel to the project’s previous record and features a number of guests.