03:49 - Fearmeister Dark Thrones and Black Flags is one of my all time favorite albums :D
03:46 - Apothecary I prefer Mayhem to Darkthrone, but I do greatly admire Darkthrone for changing up their style over their career. And pfffttt to the butthurt fans who don't like their more recent shit :)
03:31 - Fearmeister Sure its less experimental, but the Fenriz's riffs are soooooo good
Napalm Records and Be'lakor are proud to announce a worldwide deal to release the band's upcoming albums. The Australian band had promised updates soon and here it is. Their fourth album is planned to be released this year, with the exact date yet to be revealed. This also means more shows outside of Australia for them.
After parting ways with drummer Jimmy Vanden Broek, Be'lakor, the band from Australia, has announced their new drummer is Elliott Sansom. He has already recorded the drums for their new album and played on their European tour. The new album is planned to be released around March 2016. The mixing process is nearly complete.
Bad news keep rolling today! Australian melodic death metal machine Be'lakor have announced today the departure of their long time drummer Jimmy Vanden Broek, who has been with the band since their inception back in 2004. No replacement has been announced so far.
Be'lakor finally gave an update concerning their fourth studio album. The Australian melodic death metallers admitted that the release of the new recording has been delayed by six months and the new scheduled release date is March 2016. The sequel to highly acclaimed Of Breath And Bone is already recorded and ready for mixing.
Shaun Sykes, the guitarist of the Australian band Be'lakor, will be sitting out their next upcoming European tour for medical reasons. He will be replaced by Matt Dodds from Arbrynth. As you may know, the band has been working on a new album.
Australian melodic death metallers Be'lakor have been hard at work recording their new album and now posted an important update on their Facebook page. Their upcoming fourth album, and follow-up to Of Breath And Bone, will be their first concept album and feature 8 songs. Slowly, we begin to know more about what's coming.
Be'lakor have started recording their new album! The melodic death metallers are back in the studio at last to track what will be the successor of 2012's Of Breath And Bone record. Drummer Jimmy Vanden Broeck will be sitting out this next recording due to health issues. Stepping into his shoes for the album recording and subsequent 2015 touring will be Elliott Sansom. Elliott has already played drums on the group's recent Australian tour.
Among those who still hold faith in melodeath, Be'lakor's upcoming opus is certainly on their wishlist. The Australian band has been throwing hints our way on their Facebook page. This time around, the band seems inclined to take into account their fans' (constructive) opinions. Whether or not they actually influence the album will only be made apparent after our first glimpse of the material but Be'lakor's album number four is on its way.
Of Breath And Bone, the new album from Australian melodic death metallers Be'lakor is now streaming online entirely at this location. The album has been released today, June 1st, via Kolony Records and will stream for one week at the aforementioned location until Friday, June 8th. Head over to this location for more details on the album.
Australian melodic death metallers Be'lakor have made another new track available for streaming from their upcoming third album Of Breath And Bone, to be released worldwide on June 1st via Kolony Records and Rockstar Records. "Absit Omen" can be streamed below. The band also announced on their Facebook page that pre-orders for the standard jewel case version of the album or the special edition digipack are now available at the band's official website and via Kolony Records. More album details here.
Australian melodic death metallers Be'lakor have made available a new track from their upcoming album Of Breath And Bone. "Remnants" is now streaming online and you can listen to it on the video below. Of Breath And Bone will be released worldwide on June 4th via Kolony Records and Rockstar Records. More album details were previously reported here.
Australian melodic death metallers Be'lakor have revealed the title, cover art and tracklist for their upcoming third album. Of Breath And Bone, as it was named, will be released worldwide on June 4th, 2012.
Australian melodic death metal band Be'lakor has uploaded a recent live performance of a new song on their YouTube channel. "Fraught" is taken from their upcoming third album, which is currently planned to be released in April/May next year. Previously, the band has mentioned plans to enter the studio in January.
Having released two critically acclaimed albums in The Frail Tide (2007) and Stone's Reach (2009), Australia's Be'lakor is, at long last, making their way to Europe. The band has announced five dates in late August, kicking off with a performance at the Summer Breeze Festival in Germany and taking in dates in Portugal and England.
The band comments: "We are very excited to be playing these dates in Germany, Portugal and England. It's been a long time coming, and after some recent setbacks with the cancellation of dates, we have relied on our fans in Europe to help us in finding these shows. We owe a great gratitude to everyone who e-mailed us suggesting venues and contacts. Whilst we obviously couldn't make it to every country in the short space of time that we have on this tour, we hope that some of the fans in other countries who have been waiting to see us will also be able to make it to one of these shows."
Be'lakor will be expanding their reach overseas with a deal recently signed with Kolony Records. The band's albums will now be purchasable in Europe rather than just in Australia with their new album Stone's Reach being released over there on the 30th November. The Italian label will print Be'lakor's CDs in Europe with the same cover artwork. Prime Cuts Music will still be the band's main label, covering their album releases back home.
A word from the band: "We're thrilled to have reached this agreement with Kolony! Thanks to the great support that we have received from our fans in Europe! Hopefully soon we will be able to come across and play some shows for you."