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  • Belakor - Of Breath And Bone - Full Album

    56:05

    Be'lakor - Of Breath And Bone

    Tracklist:
    1.Abeyance (0 - 8:03)
    2.Remnants (8:04 - 14:14)
    3.Fraught (14:15 - 20:59)
    4.Absit Omen (21:00 - 27:02)
    5.To Stir The Sea (27:03 - 28:30)
    6.In Parting (28:31 - 37:49)
    7.The Dream And The Waking (37:50 - 47:05)
    8.By Moon And Star (47:06 - 56:05)

  • Belakor - Stones Reach Full Album

    59:31

    Artist: Be'lakor
    Album: Stone's Reach
    Country Of Origin: Australia
    Release Date: February 5th, 2009
    Label: Kolony Records

    Playlist:

    1. Venator 00:00
    2. From Scythe to Spectre 08:37
    3. Outlive the Hand 15:36
    4. Sun's Delusion 24:15
    5. Held in Hollows 33:25
    6. Husks 40:48
    7. Aspect 43:37
    8. Countless Skies 49:28

    Total Length: 59:27

    Be'lakor present us in Stone's Reach with the epitome of progressive death metal. In the years to come (and I write this just a couple of weeks before their next release is scheduled to hit the market), I believe that it will be VERY difficult to top this effortby anyone out there in the progressive, melodic death scene.

    There are several reviews out there for this cd that fault it for the length of the tracks and its progressive tendencies which appears to be to be missing the point entirely. This cd is a masterpiece precisely because of these features. Each track delivers to us so many different facets of metal as to make description difficult. If you have any love for progressive metal and can handle the low, growled vocals, this is for you.

    For me, this cd has the best of all worlds. The vocals, provided by George Kosmas, are very low and dark and fit the lyrics fantastically well. Instrumentally, it doesn't get any better than this: massive riffing, haunting melodies, copious tempo changes, and superb drumming. There is variation to be found everywhere one looks. One particular feature to highlight is the use of keyboards and piano in each track, providing a great deal of somber atmospherics.

    The cd is nearly a full hour in length, yet only contains 8 tracks, and one of those is a 3-minute instrumental. Needless to say, the other 7 tracks average out to be around 8 minutes each, which is yet another indication of the progressive nature of this effort.

    While it is very difficult to pick individual favorites, the 9-minute song Sun's Delusion may characterize the cd as a whole with its gorgeous, classically-inspired outro which is preceded by several melodies that will rattle around your head for days to come.

    The track Ventator that leads off the cd tells a dark fantasy story with the superb use of the dark growls playing the role of the lead character in the story, and the music and cold atmosphere provide a chilling backdrop for the outstanding lyrics. Every time I listen to this track, I am transported to that dark, cold cave - truly a great experience.

    This is one for the ages. Their next effort doesn't even have to come close to still being excellent, and if we are lucky enough to be treated to similar fare, we are all in for a special treat in 2012.

    - concertmusic, June 5th, 2012



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  • Belakor - Countless Skies

    9:57

    Countless Skies from the Melodic Death Metal band Be'lakor. It's taken off of their 2009 album, Stone's Reach

    Lyrics: Countless times below me
    Rivers rose and fell
    Ageless stones eroding out
    Across the endless swell

    Songs to pave the seasons
    Wounds to follow birth
    Cries to carry through the night
    Wombs to feed the earth

    Countless skies above me
    Each unlike the next
    Lines of more than moon and sun
    Glimpses of a text

    Countless hands have sought me
    Reaching out in vain
    Permanence observes without
    Compassion or disdain

    Flames to greet the harvest
    Storms to face in awe
    Winds to weave through every wood
    Walls to dull the road

    Purpose lost to frailty
    Craning blades of grass
    Strength and weakness on and on
    All that is will pass

    Countless hands have sought me
    Reaching out in vain
    Permanence observes without
    Compassion or disdain

    Flames to greet the harvest
    Storms to face in awe
    Winds to weave through every wood
    Walls to dull the road

    Countless waves around me
    Strong until the last
    Leaning into dimming dreams
    All that was has passed

  • BELAKOR Vessels

    55:10

    00:00 Luma
    01:59 An Ember's Arc
    10:28 Withering Strands
    21:24 Roots to Sever
    28:29 Whelm
    35:49 A Thread Dissolves
    38:48 Grasping Light
    44:40 The Smoke of Many Fires

    Lyrics:

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  • Belakor - Abeyance

    8:05

    Official Be'lakor YouTube channel. Abeyance is taken from the third full-length Be'lakor album Of Breath and Bone (2012).

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  • Belakor - The Frail Tide Full Album

    42:56

    Arist: Be'lakor
    Album: The Frail Tide
    Country Of Origin: Australia
    Release Date: April 21st, 2007
    Label: Self-released/independent

    Playlist:

    1. Neither Shape Nor Shadow 00:00
    2. The Desolation Of Ares 7:40
    3. Tre'aste 15:49
    4. A Natural Apostasy 21:30
    5. Paths 28:08
    6. Sanguinary 34:12

    Total Length: 42:55

    At a glance at the bleak, sepia landscape that adorns the front cover of The Frail Tide, a prospective listener would be led to believe that the music or Be'Lakor reflects the mood of the cover, dark and sombre. From the very opening notes of Neither Shape Nor Shadow I realised I couldn't have been more wrong, the CD is underpinned by beautifully produced soaring melodies and progressive song structures rather than the abrasive black metal bombardment I expected.

    Though I was wrong about the style of metal I expected Be'Lakor to play, I was indeed NOT wrong about deciding to review this CD. The Frail Tide is a fantastic debut from a young band with a bright future. I almost hesitate to compare the young Aussies to Slovakia's 5 piece melodeath figurehead, Depresy, not because I don't believe Be'Lakor measure up (quite the opposite in fact) but more because the bands are only sonically similar on one level, that is when they are playing straight up melodic death metal. Be'lakor go much further than this.

    It is when the band turns the volume down that things get more tricky, and on the flip side, more interesting to listen to. Influences are worn on the sleeves, but are so diverse and widespread that there is never any sense of deja'vu. Desolation of Ares features an interlude that would not seem out of place on a Haggard CD, immediately followed by an outro that sounds as if it belongs on Opeth's Still Life. A Natural Apostasy builds up to a wonderful duel between semi-distorted guitars and flutes that gradually grows to a crescendo. Grand piano is also used to its full extent, not just in the slower breakdowns, but frequently alongside electric guitar as an equal rather than being tucked behind or obscuring other instruments, a rarity in modern metal, indeed, pianist Steve Merry gets his chance to shine on Paths, a 5 minute piano instrumental.

    The guitars themselves sound fantastic and use a wide variety of effects and tones to suit the moods of the various sections, melodies are kept refreshingly simple and catchy rather than seeking any technical approval before seeking musical effectiveness. However, this leads to one of my only gripes with this CD, the fact that some of the catchy melodies may be a bit too catchy. The most prominent example of this would be the opening track, which continually revisits variations of the same riff. The riff itself is very listenable and very catchy, but I feel that the level of repetition used in this song doesn't fit the album particularly well.

    The vocals are entirely growled, a decision which I personally think works very well as it allows the softer sections to be purely instrumental, vocals over these parts I believe would detract from the great compositional skills that this band possess. Vocal performances throughout the CD are consistently good, there is little variation, but in a band where the focus is very much on melody and song writing, this isn't really a major issue for me at all.

    Finally I come to the production, which leads to my only other problem with the album. Yes, the production is fantastic, it is never easy to master for a band with so many different tones and instruments going on at the same time and I can safely say that the clarity of the disc is excellent, everything is perfectly audible, however I get the feeling sometimes the that mix is a bit too thin and favours the drums over the guitars a bit too much, this leads to a bit of a dry feeling which is perfectly common in band's first releases and is to be expected.

    Overall, this CD is a wonderful listen and is very much a strong foundation for a successful career to be built upon, I had to look very hard to find any minor things wrong with The Frail Tide, and the pickiest little decisions I've made about a generic riff here and there or a slightly thin production should be taken with a pinch of salt for the sake of constructive criticism, you WILL enjoy this album if you are a fan of any form of metal that is a bit eccentric or out of the ordinary, BUY IT NOW.

    - boboy, November 20th, 2007



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  • Belakor - Fraught - Live at Summer Breeze Festival 2012

    6:43

    Official Be'lakor YouTube channel. Fraught as performed at Summer Breeze Festival in Dinkelsbühl, Germany - 2012.

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  • Belakor - Abeyance guitar cover - Benoit Gravel

    8:08

    Here is my Abeyance interpretation. Hope you'll enjoy
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  • BELAKOR - Roots To Sever

    7:06

    Be'lakor Roots to Sever
    Romeo and Juliet 2013

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  • Belakor - Venator

    8:39

    Venator from the Melodic Death Metal band Be'lakor. It's taken off of their 2009 album, Stone's Reach

    Lyrics: As I skulked past the gates
    And drew behind the stones
    The winding trees enveloped
    The cloak around my bones

    Peering through the night's mist
    I crept through the fen
    To try and find the totem
    In the grey warg's den

    The freezing forest guards
    The secrets that he wrought
    His spirit lies on every twig
    His scent infests the haunt

    His howling cut the still air
    His cry up to the stars
    The piercing bay of his rage
    Tore the beat out of my heart

    To the entrance
    I stalked up in the shadows
    His breathing I could hear
    Rasping in the barrows

    Silently my dagger slid
    From its ice-cracked sheath
    His bloody maw emerging
    His jowls hung raw beneath

    Like those that lusted below me
    My mind was always snared
    The totem drew my senses
    The grey warg drew my fear

    His giblet eyes surveyed me
    His haggard haunch was raised
    Rearing up his splintered paw
    He struck me in a daze

  • belakor- suns delusion live Brutal Assault 2012

    8:31

  • Belakor - By Moon and Star

    8:59

    Official Be'lakor YouTube channel. By Moon and Star is taken from the third Be'lakor album Of Breath and Bone (2012).

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  • Belakor - In Parting Brutal Assault 2015

    3:46

    Be'lakor - In Parting Brutal Assault 2015

  • Belakor - In Parting

    9:22

    Official Be'lakor YouTube channel. In Parting is taken from the third full-length Be'lakor album Of Breath and Bone (2012).

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  • Belakor - Aspect

    5:52

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  • Belakor - Roots to Sever New Song LIVE

    6:22

    New song Melodic Death Metal Band - Be'lakor from incoming album in 2016 June 24 worldwide, through Napalm Records.
    July 1 in Australia and NZ, through MGM.

  • Belakor - An Embers Arc

    8:29

    Full Lyrics:

    It began, as these things do,
    From clouds in the aether
    With untold time, they coalesced,
    Their will apart grew weaker

    This cascade of embers,
    Fused into a star's ignition
    A crucible for their collapse,
    Seething crux of its ambition

    The axiom of this expanse,
    Unrelenting pressure
    Every moment, in each place,
    Collisions beyond measure

    An ordinary pair that met,
    Whilst merging into one,
    Heaved and spat a mote of light,
    Adrift within the Sun

    Without a bind, it cut away,
    Against all else it stood
    As swift as anything that was,
    And had, or could, that would

    The axiom when it began,
    Unable to elude
    Every moment, in each place,
    Destroyed, exchanged, renewed

    At the surface once emerged,
    Radiant in birth
    Free at last, its final form,
    The photon dashed for Earth

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  • Belakor - The Smoke Of Many Fires

    9:32

    Be'lakor - The Smoke Of Many Fires. Taken from the album Vessels Napalm Records 2016

  • Belakor - From Scythe to Sceptre

    6:59

    From Scythe to Sceptre from the Melodic Death Metal band Be'lakor. It's taken off of their 2009 album, Stone's Reach

    Lyrics: I knew you some years before
    Deep in prayer under bough
    Futile sighs in vital skin
    Your flesh caressed by night

    Yet change came quickly
    A bruise in the air, it staggered within
    Sweet sickly rot
    Black wound infection

    King, slave, child
    Your fates are united
    An unending row to the grave
    A single dance now, all eyes are shut
    Blind to the earthly

    Begging now to forget who I am
    Emperor, your sword is useless
    Shattered crowns so swiftly
    Fragile as the scythe

    Aching bones cling to swollen limbs
    Despair floods all senses
    The world is dying around me

    Gaping in mirth, his old eyes spoke
    Where you are now - I once was
    And what I am now - you soon will be
    Nothingness awaits you

    Begging now to regain what I've lost
    The tale of life is but a picture
    A flash in an abyss, a dream in the void

    See that there is no meaning,
    Understand eternal death
    You long now to try what you once feared
    But the time is gone and dust will be your legacy

  • Belakor Live @ Summer Breeze 2015 - Countless Skies

    9:09

    Be'lakor - Countless Skies Live @ Summer Breeze Open Air 2015

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  • Belakor - Of Breath and Bone - Full Album

    56:19

    Band: Be'lakor
    Album: Of Breath and Bone (2012)
    Location: Australia
    Genre: Melodic Death Metal
    Lyrical themes: Nature, Paganism, Greek mythology, Philosophy, Fictional stories
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    1. Abeyance
    2. Remnants (8:04)
    3. Fraught (14:18)
    4. Absit Omen (21:04)
    5. To Stir the Sea (27:11)
    6. In Parting (28:40)
    7. The Dream and the Waking (38:01)
    8. By Moon and Star (47:19)

  • Belakor - Grasping Light

    6:52

    Genre: Melodic Death Metal
    Album: Vessels (2016)
    Origin: Australia

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    Lyrics:

    Just downstream from that dark place,
    Where last beats fell and waters churned
    A man looked down upon his face…
    In reverie, his thoughts did turn:

    To follow the river is to follow the arc
    It does not drift, it does not wait
    Find its course with limb and mind
    There walks a man;
    There runs his fate

    To follow the river is to follow the thread
    It does not lie, it does not leave
    Drowning stones there as he does,
    He comes to think;
    He comes to breathe

    Something of that ember lives!
    He feels it bide, he feels it wake
    Looking out, but at itself,
    As if to speak;
    As if to make

    His vision forming, flowing now
    In tumbling verse, in melting song
    Crafting words there as he does
    They echo out,
    They echo on:

    “But a vessel, alive,
    For a time, I would thrive,
    That was all,
    Nothing more lay below it…
    But a vessel, adrift,
    Not a theft, nor a gift,
    That was all -
    But a pulse, but a poet”

    To drink from the river is to meet with the arc
    And drink until quenched
    The man did
    But a vessel, adrift,
    Not a theft, nor a gift,
    That was all -
    But a pulse

  • Belakor Live @ Brutal Assault 2015 - Countless Skies

    9:26

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  • Belakor - Remnants HD

    6:10

    Artist: Be'lakor
    Album: Of Breath and Bone
    Year: 2012
    Genre: Melodic Death Metal
    Country: Australia
    Label: Kolony Records
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    Youtube Channel:

    The album will be released worldwide at June 1st 2012. You can pre-order it from May 8th at:

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    Band members: George Kosmas - Guitar / Vocals
    Shaun Sykes - Lead Guitar
    John Richardson - Bass
    Steve Merry - Piano / Keyboard
    Jimmy Vanden Broeck - Drums


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  • Belakor - Fraught

    6:47

    Official Be'lakor YouTube channel. Fraught is taken from the third full-length Be'lakor album Of Breath and Bone (2012).

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  • BELAKOR - The Smoke Of Many Fires Reaction!!

    29:49

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  • Belakor - Stones Reach - Full Album

    59:30

    Band: Be'lakor
    Album: Of Breath and Bone (2010)
    Location: Australia
    Genre: Melodic Death Metal
    Lyrical themes: Nature, Paganism, Greek mythology, Philosophy, Fictional stories
    All rights reserved to the band, support metal, buy original albums.

    1. Venator
    2. From Scythe to Spectre 08:37
    3. Outlive the Hand 15:36
    4. Sun's Delusion 24:15
    5. Held in Hollows 33:25
    6. Husks 40:48
    7. Aspect 43:37
    8. Countless Skies 49:28

  • Belakor - Outlive The Hand

    8:40

    Album: Stone's Reach
    Year: 2009

    LYRICS:

    In death she spoke of waiting
    Her final days were long
    These fields have changed since last she wept
    Before the silent throng

    She sits where childhood memories lie
    Above, beside, within them
    The carvings have outlived the hand
    Which bled to first begin them

    As features of the landscape merge
    The oldest trees are falling
    Awareness sweeps the view aside
    She stares as if recalling

    Seen first beyond the canopy
    They soon had reached the borders
    The clouds infused with burning breath
    Arrived from coldest corners

    The windswept valley hastens now
    As dying words are uttered
    From lips of earth and sapling's strain
    Like leaves, her last thoughts fluttered

    Again it darkens overhead
    The knowledge of it stills me
    And when the water starts to fall
    Preserve the drop that kills me


    i've been waiting for this album
    they've become one of my favorite melo-death bands

  • Belakor - Vessels - Traducción Album completo

    55:06

    Vessels (recipientes) es el cuarto disco de estudio de la banda Australiana Be'lakor. Lanzado el 2016, se trata de un trabajo conceptual en donde la totalidad del disco narra una serie de eventos cohesivos a la temática general, la que corresponde a ideas del ciclo de la vida, y como todos los seres vivos y la naturaleza de la tierra sirven como recipientes de una esencia primordial.

    Algunas canciones tienen secciones cortas donde se escuchan murmullos y susurro, no encontré la letra para estas secciones y son casi incomprensibles a oído, por lo que decidí dejarlas así.

    Tracklist:
    1. Luma 0:00
    2. An Ember’s Arc 1:59
    3. Withering Strands 10:27
    4. Roots To Sever 21:24
    5. Whelm 28:30
    6. A Thread Dissolves 35:49
    7. Grasping Light 38:47
    8. The Smoke Of Many Fires 45:38

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  • Belakor - Remnants 2014

    6:16

    Highlights from the Sydney and Brisbane shows supporting Dark Tranquility

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  • Belakor - The Dream and the Waking

    9:18

    Official Be'lakor YouTube channel. The Dream and the Waking is taken from the third full-length Be'lakor album Of Breath and Bone (2012).

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  • Belakor - Countless Skies

    10:01

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  • BELAKOR - The Smoke Of Many Fires | Napalm Records - REACTION!

    14:06

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  • Belakor - From Scythe To Sceptre

    6:59

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  • Belakor - Of Breath And Bone FULL ALBUM GUITAR COVER

    53:53

    Instrumental cover of Of Breath And Bone.

  • Belakor - The Smoke of Many Fires Reaction/Review

    15:42

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    Lyrics: The Smoke of Many Fires

    [Instrumental]

    [Verse]
    The river had brought with it much that day
    From driftwood to blood from the ember
    Some things were hidden
    While others were seen
    Yet the man somehow could not remember…
    Having ambled away from the water's banks
    To return to his tribe and their lights
    He soon found a failing
    Of flesh, and of mind –
    They were no longer robust or bright

    [Bridge]
    What he could not have seen
    Was the sickness upstream;
    Those abandoned remains of the wasted

    [Verse]
    What he could not have seen
    Was the sickness upstream;
    Those abandoned remains of the wasted
    What he could not have known
    Was the blight of the bone
    In each ebb and each flow he had tasted

    Dawn found him ailing, delirium rife
    Those he loved feared his illness would wander
    With time wearing thin
    His young eyes clouded in
    As the odour of smoke became stronger

    It was then that he heard the sharp crackle of torches
    Carried past him by men from his clan
    A panic cut through
    All the life that he knew
    It was over before it began

    Rope looped his wrists and held tight to his veins
    As beside him his relatives sagged
    And with tears in their eyes
    Through confusion and cries
    Out towards the wild flames he was dragged

    Like billions before him, regardless of form
    It ended as chance had decided
    So briefly contained
    An inferno's refrain
    Having powered and angered and guided

    At the heart of the blaze, awareness dissolved
    Light ascended devoid of desire
    From a trail intertwined
    Life and death strewn behind
    To the stars, it returned, from the fire

  • Belakor - The Desolation Of Ares

    8:13

    Band: Be'lakor
    Song: The Desolation Of Ares
    album: The frail tide
    year: 2007

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  • Belakor - Neither Shape Nor Shadow

    7:48

    Official Be'lakor YouTube channel. Neither Shape Nor Shadow is taken from the first full-length Be'lakor album The Frail Tide (2007).

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  • Belakor Live @ Summer Breeze - Exogeny

    6:51

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  • Belakor - Countless Skies Drum Cover

    10:02

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  • Belakor - The Smoke of Many Fires

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  • Belakor - Treaste

    5:46

    Be'lakor 2006

  • Belakor - Remnants

    6:11

    Official Be'lakor YouTube channel. Remnants is taken from the third full-length Be'lakor album Of Breath and Bone (2012).

    CDs and iTunes purchases can be made at
    Merch can be purchased directly from us at
    Digital downloads also available at
    Keep up to date with the band at

    Thanks for your support!

  • Belakor - Abeyance

    4:41

    Official Be'lakor YouTube channel. Highlights from our 2014 Australian tour with Claim The Throne (Perth). Footage is from shows in Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne Hobart and Perth.

    CDs and iTunes purchases can be made at
    Merch can be purchased directly from us at
    Digital downloads also available at
    Keep up to date with the band at

  • Belakor - A Very Short Documentary 2010

    4:35

    A very short documentary filmed at The Corner Hotel, Richmond, Melbourne, Australia in July 2010. Features some interviews with Shaun Sykes, John Richardson and George Kosmas, as well as some live footage.

    Credits: Chris Hazlett, Shane Fowler & Ibrahim A Osman

  • Belakor - Abeyance lyrics

    8:05

    Lyrics on screen for Be'lakor's Abeyance from the 2012 album Of Breath and Bone. Support the artists if you enjoy the music.

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  • 【8 bit】 BeLakor - The Smoke Of Many Fires

    9:20

    based on the tab created by FeNiX89

  • Belakor - Stones Reach

    59:29

    Artist Name: Be'lakor
    Album Titlle: Stone's Reach
    Genre: Atmospheric Melodic Death Metal
    Year: 2009

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    Venator 00:00:00
    From Scythe to Sceptre 00:08:37
    Outlive the Hand 00:15:36
    Sun's Delusion 00:24:15
    Against The Stream 00:19:24
    Held in Hollows 00:33:25
    Husks 00:40:48
    Aspect 00:43:36
    Countless Skies 00:49:28

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    Total: 00:59:28

  • Belakor - A Natural Apostasy

    6:44

    Be'lakor 2006

  • Withering Strands

    10:57

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