As recently reported on Rocksins, Behemoth frontman Adam “Nergal” Darski was recently admitted to hospital needing “multi-stage treatment”. Nergal himself has sadly confirmed that he is suffering (as many suspected) from Leukemia, and he is in need of a Bone Marrow transplant. We at Rock Sins want to offer our support to Nergal and Behemoth, and indeed anyone who is suffering from this horrible disease. Below is some info posted on Behemoth’s website with details of how people can help.
BEHEMOTH leader Nergal has just found out he needs a marrow transplant to fight the sickness he has recently been diagnosed with (leukemia). In light of this he wants to remind everyone about the need to be on the marrow registry. The more people get tested and donate, the more of a chance for life there is for him and people in the same situation.
BEHEMOTH and Metal Blade would like to thank everyone for their support and well wishes during this difficult time. The best thing we can all do right now is learn about the marrow donation process, not only help save one of metals leaders, but to also help save countless others out there struggling with the same disease.
To learn more about how you can register to donate marrow check out: https://www.marrow.org/
Fans wanting to help out, register for the marrow program, or have questions on running a marrow drive may contact the organization Music Saves Lives by email at iCare@musicsaveslives.com or visit Music Saves Lives at https://www.musicsaveslives.org/
Music Saves Lives is the bridge between music, entertainment and important life-saving causes. We bring a simple concept; connect the music and entertainment, we all love, to a life saving community action. MSL has focused efforts on blood donation and the marrow registry, reaching out by sharing facts, educating and empowering. We educate about the importance of simple life saving actions they can participate in. These simple actions, like donating blood, running a blood drive, and registering for the marrow program to save those with leukemia, all connect back to the community.