The Frail Tide

by Be'lakor

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Igor Mokin
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Igor Mokin A truly great beginning for a mighty band. This stands on its own, it's not just a first album that is good to have listened to and move on.
In some ways this is not as tight, not as perfect compositionally as the next three albums. But very fine music nevertheless. Favorite track: A Natural Apostacy.
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RJ Excellent melo-death album. And to think they only get better from here. Never short of amazing work from Be'Lakor.
8/10 Favorite track: Desolation of Ares.
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Kiko De lo mejor del 2007!!! Masters!!! Favorite track: Neither Shape Nor Shadow.
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Jared These guys are amazing. A-MAZ-ING. Favorite track: Neither Shape Nor Shadow.
King Jonas the Humble
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King Jonas the Humble It's Be'lakors first album. It has all the trappings of a first album, except there is a distinct lack of naivety.
These guys take themselves seriously because they know they have the credibility to carry it of.
This is where their signature sound started taking form and it's amazing.
Five brutal tides.
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Papadoli 7.5/10 Its no stone's reach, but still great Favorite track: Neither Shape Nor Shadow.
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“Moving in a distinctly Progressive direction… Australian riff-artists Be’lakor [produce] what could well be the best Melodeath album ever made…” - Metal Reviews: 88/100

“…belligerent catchy riffs and incredibly melodic twin solos masterly peppered with mesmerizing piano/synth work, accidental folk inclusions and thunderous inhuman growls… 43 absolutely slaying minutes…” - Treehouse of Death: 9/10

“The Frail Tide just oozes metal perfection at almost every note, riff, solo and synth line … for you fans and labels reading this, if I can give my ringing endorsement to another unsigned band…this year that deserves your attention right now, it’s Be’lakor. ” - Metal Review (Album of the Week): 9.4/10

BONUS: Purchase includes high-res album booklet, containing album art and lyrics.


released June 1, 2007



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Be'lakor Melbourne, Australia

Founded in 2004, Be'lakor is an Australian melodic/progressive death metal band.

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