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Adam Darski (Adam Michał Darski) was born on 10 June, 1977 in Gdynia, Poland, is a Musician,singer,journalist,writer,television personality,entrepreneur. At 43 years old, Adam Darski height is 5 ft 9 in (176.0 cm).

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Popular As Adam Michał Darski
Occupation Musician,singer,journalist,writer,television personality,entrepreneur
Age 43 years old
Zodiac Sign Gemini
Born 10 June 1977
Birthday 10 June
Birthplace Gdynia, Poland
Nationality Poland

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He net worth has been growing significantly in 2018-19. So, how much is Adam Darski worth at the age of 43 years old? Adam Darski’s income source is mostly from being a successful Musician. He is from Poland. We have estimated Adam Darski's net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.

Net Worth in 2020 $1 Million - $5 Million
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Nergal started a solo project alongside John Porter called Me and That Man, which focuses on country, blues, and folk. The project's debut album titled Songs of Love and Death was released on March 24, 2017. The project's follow-up album, New Man, New Songs, Same Shit, Vol. 1 was released on March 27, 2020, and features guest vocals from Corey Taylor, Niklas Kvarforth, Matt Heafy, Ihsahn, and others.


Since 2014, Darski has been the co-owner of three barbershops in Poland—two in Warsaw and one in his hometown, Gdańsk. In 2015 he opened a nightclub in Sopot named Libation.


In July 2012, Nergal became the newest spokesman for Demon Energy drinks that would be distributed throughout Poland. Nergal appeared in full Behemoth attire on the front of four different flavors of the Demon Energy brand alongside the brand's slogan of "No Limits, No Laws". Darski reportedly donated the majority of funds for this limited edition placement to one of the world's most renowned bone marrow donor centers.

In October 2012, Nergal returned to the Polish Supreme Court regarding the 2007 incident where he tore up a bible and denounced the Catholic Church. The Supreme Court ruled that Darski could be guilty of the crime of "offending religious feelings" even though he did not act with the "direct intention" of doing so. The case was returned to a lower court which found him guilty of "intentionally insulting the Holy Bible" but the following appeal dismissed the case due to the statute of limitations.

In 2012, Darski legally changed his middle name to 'Nergal'


In 2011, he assumed the position of a coach on the Polish TV show The Voice of Poland.

From mid-2009 through early 2011, he was in a highly publicised relationship with Dorota Rabczewska, a Polish pop singer professionally known as Doda. On 17 March 2011, reported the couple had called off the engagement and broken up.

Nergal was discharged from the Uniwersyteckie Centrum Kliniczne (UCK) hospital in Gdańsk on 16 January 2011, three weeks after undergoing bone marrow transplantation. “Adam feels good and is resting comfortably but cannot see any visitors as he can’t risk viral infections,” said his ex-fiancée, Doda. However, Nergal was readmitted to the hematology division of Uniwersyteckie Centrum Kliniczne (UCK) in Gdańsk after he developed an infection six weeks later. At the time, it was not immediately clear if the infection would affect Nergal's adoption of the bone marrow transplant and how long he would have to remain in hospital. On 30 March 2011, MetalSucks published an interview with Nergal where he said that his health was improving. As of the interview, he had been out of the hospital for several weeks, and, according to Darski, "everything is going according to plan".


In March 2010, Nergal was held on trial in Poland on blasphemy charges for publicly denouncing religion by ripping up a Bible on stage in 2007. Nergal made the argument that he has artistic license to enhance his live performances by doing such an action, and suggested that it was not meant to be offensive. He also supported that freedom of speech should come before religion in Poland. He faced up to two years in prison due to the Bible-tearing, but Darski's charges were dropped on 28 June 2010.

On 8 August 2010, Nergal was rushed to the hematology ward of the Gdańsk Medical University Hospital for treatment of a then-undisclosed illness. All Behemoth shows through November 2010, including a Russian and North American tours, were cancelled. On 24 August 2010, Darski was diagnosed with leukemia. The illness was thought to have advanced far enough to make chemotherapy ineffective, but such reports have since been proven false. His then-fiancée Dorota Rabczewska-Stępień offered to donate her marrow, but her marrow didn't match. On 8 November 2010, following his then-girlfriend's appeal to the wider public, which has been met with a great response, Darski underwent treatment to receive a bone marrow transplant.


In 2009, ESP guitars released the first Nergal's signature guitar. It is a 7-string guitar with a V-style body, which is called the "Hex-7".


Darski was born Adam Michał Darski in Gdynia, raised Catholic, and started playing guitar at age eight. He goes by the stage name Nergal (naming himself after a Babylonian deity), and he is the founder, lyricist, main composer, frontman and manager of the band Behemoth, which he started when he was still a teenager. He also plays lead, rhythm and acoustic guitar. For a brief time he used the alias Holocausto, inspired by Beherit leader Nuclear Holocausto. In the late 1990s he was a vocalist and guitarist of the Danzig-influenced band, Wolverine, which was showcasing Nergal's capability of clean singing. He is also known for his contributions with the following bands: Hermh, Nile, Damnation, Vader, Sweet Noise, Mastiphal, December's Fire, Mess Age, Corruption, Hangover, Ex Deo, and Hefeystos.


Adam Nergal Darski (born Adam Michał Darski, 10 June 1977) is a Polish musician and television personality, best known for being the frontman for the extreme metal band Behemoth.