The Ezkaton EP is hardly an interesting effort. Calling it cash-in is perhaps too strong a word, but itís definitely a product designed to satisfy the fans while waiting for the next Behemoth album. The first song ďChant for Ezkaton 2000 e.v.Ē comes of Behemothís 2007 album The Apostasy. Itís a good song, but since itís already been released itís not that interesting. ďQadoshĒ is previously unreleased and that is understandable as itís very standard and not the most exciting that the Poles have written.
Besides the aforementioned two there are renditions of Masterís Hammer and The Ramones. Nergal and Co pulls off both songs very well, but again itís not very interesting. The EP is finished off with three live songs and Behemoth sound tight and spot on, but still it feels kind of boring. The Ezkaton EP is a fan product and not much else, so if youíre not familiar with the Poles then I suggest you start elsewhere.