Be’lakor – From Scythe to Scythe
From scythe to scythe and measure to measure, this song is driving and pumping. The melody builds and gains power like an amassing swarm of Orcs. Speaking of which, the band is named “Be-lakor,” after a demon in the table top game Warhammer. These nerds hail from a land of untamed monsters and salty sandwiches. Lustria, the jungle where the lizard men roam you say? No, but that was a good guess. They actually come from Victoria Australia. The singer sounds like a mighty warrior himself and reminds me of Joahan Hegg (Amon Amarth Vocalist).
They are a melodic death metal band that builds on themes of nature, paganism, gaming and Greek mythology.
So if you need some mood music while you swing your scythe into some oozing green orc skulls, check this song out.
Be’lakor Encylopedia Metallum Entry
July 22, 2012 | Categories: Melodic Death Metal, Music | Tags: be'lakor, from scythe to scythe, Greek mythology, melodic death metal, nature, paganism, review, warhammer | Leave a comment