Tag: Belakor


Be’Lakor – Vessels Review

For those of you who indulge in World of Warcraft (turns out it’s actually Warhammer), the name Be’lakor will likely mean something to you. He may be the original Daemon Prince raised up by the

Rae Amitay’s Best Of 2012: Here’s A Clever Title

2012 didn’t bring about the apocalypse, but it was still a tempestuous collection of days. Still raw from the loss of David Gold and my future in Woods of Ypres, I spent the first few

Be’Lakor – Of Breath And Bone Review

Originally written by Rae Amitay Goddamn, this is some great melodic death metal. In the same vein as Dark Tranquillity and Insomnium without intense mimicry, Be’lakor (the name comes from Warhammer, in case you weren’t

Be’Lakor – Stone’s Reach Review

Originally written by Jordan Campbell It’s fairly easy (lazy?) to draw parallels between Australian upstarts Be’lakor and Finnish stalwarts Insomnium. They share “it” band status within the ever-shrinking cult of melodic death aficionados, and while both bands revel

Be’lakor – The Frail Tide Review

Originally written by Erik Thomas. Synopsis: I love surprises, especially unsigned Australian surprises that sound like a fantasy/folk tinged version of early Amorphis and Insomnium mixed with the doom of Garden of Shadows with their six-track release of epic, polished atmospheric melodic