Be'lakor post second song
2012-05-06 by HSThomas | 21 Comments

Australian melodic death metal band Be'lakor posted a second song, 'Absit Omen.' This second song is taken from their new album 'Of Breath and Bone' which is due out on 1st June.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oOHdA7KCDHo

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jrowa001
May 6th 2012

8750 Comments


the album cover is so awesome

Shuyin
May 6th 2012

11180 Comments


what an awsome song, maybe they really can top the last album.

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Cyan1d3
May 6th 2012

137 Comments


Pretty sweet. The music overall is more melodic and stands out from other progressive death metal, but the riffs do remind me a bit of Opeth

Cyan1d3
May 6th 2012

137 Comments


Oh and I hope most of the songs are shorter like these promo songs. 6 minutes seem like the perfect length for this type of music, the ~9 minute songs on Stone's Reach sort of wore their welcome

HSThomas
May 6th 2012

668 Comments


I think they might, the compositions in this one seem to be far more ambitious so far. Also the leads in this rule hard.

Crysis
Staff Reviewer
May 6th 2012

16263 Comments


Can't wait to get the promo

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Scoot
May 6th 2012

17682 Comments


yeah these guys are good shit

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Xenorazr
May 6th 2012

347 Comments


Great song, definitely better than Remnants. Looking forward to this album.

Willie
Moderator
May 6th 2012

15887 Comments


It's a good CD.

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baldymort
May 6th 2012

747 Comments


Epic song and yeah that artwork is amazing.

Yazz_Flute
May 6th 2012

18764 Comments


Liked this more than the last one.

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Tarvos
May 6th 2012

1 Comments


Definitely going to be looking out for this.

jimmykidd
May 6th 2012

528 Comments


great song. this album will rule!

CaptainDooRight
May 7th 2012

28355 Comments


Sounds good but average but we'll see when the full comes out

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Metalstyles
Staff Reviewer
May 7th 2012

8318 Comments


These guys can do no wrong in my eyes. Also, Willie, don't tell me you have the promo already? If so, damn I'm jealous.

Tyrael
May 7th 2012

20740 Comments


amazing band

DarthMann
May 7th 2012

13476 Comments


possibly just possibly my second favourite band godammit i love you belakor i wish you played an under 18 pub so i can see you for 1 dollar

Oathbreaker
May 7th 2012

1649 Comments


Doesn't seem like they will top Stone's reach.
Not that I can complain, that album was just too good.

Shuyin
May 7th 2012

11180 Comments


this band rules, system. if you like melodeath then you should deff check this out.

Motiv3
May 7th 2012

8920 Comments


3:30 onwards is awesome. Great song.

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zaruyache
May 8th 2012

5909 Comments


The melodies were good but I didn't really like the main verse that much. Decent song.

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