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This is one of those underground bands that make incredible music but are not recognized at all. Do yourself a favour and just buy it.

buy it!

Be'lakor should be much more popular that they currently are. They write songs that dont remind you of anything else you heard and they truly put their all into every note they write. Great album from start to finish!

These guys deserve more credit!!

This is honestly one of my favorite albums of all time. Who would've guessed that Australians would be cranking out the world's best melodic death!!! This is for more than just melodic death lovers too... EVERYBODY should at least check out "Paths" for sure. Instrumentals are fresh and the vocals are brutal but at the same time reasonable. HIGHLY recommended!


Formed: 2004 in Melbourne, Australia

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s, '10s

An Aussie melodic death metal troupe based out of the city of Melbourne, Be'lakor's heroic blasts of epic bleakness sound better suited to the gray skies of Gothenburg than they do the blue, wide-open vistas of their Australian homeland. Founded in 2004 around the talents of vocalist/guitarist George Kosmas, guitarist Shaun Sykes, drummer Jimmy Vanden Broeck, keyboardist Steven Merry, and bassist John Richardson, the band began playing out in 2005, and by 2007 they had independently released their...
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The Frail Tide, Be'Lakor
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  • $5.94
  • Genres: Rock, Music
  • Released: Apr 21, 2007

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