BE’LAKOR – The VESSELS Australian Tour!

Having recently graced the stages of the European festival circuit – and fresh from signing to powerhouse label Napalm Records – BE’LAKOR is set to tour Australia this July/August. Hailed as one of Australia’s most creative and captivating metal acts, the melodic death metal titans return to Australia’s major cities on the back of their latest album Vessels.

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bel tourWith three acclaimed releases already under their belt, 2016 marks the start of a new chapter for BE’LAKOR. The band’s newest effort combines the melodies and atmospheres so loved by BE’LAKOR fans with more textured and challenging song structures and sounds, telling a sprawling story across eight epic tracks. Their fourth and finest album, Vessels hits Australian stores July 1st.

BE’LAKOR’s moving and deeply disquieting songs, held close to the hearts of a rapidly growing international fan base, both unsettle and inspire. Don’t miss the opportunity to witness one of Australia’s finest metal talents as they perform alongside power-packed line ups across the country.

Treat yourself to a night filled with relentless energy, headbanging and the unmistakably somber atmosphere of melodic/progressive death metal at its finest. This is a band at the top of their game – we welcome you to the BE’LAKOR Experience!

July 8 – Sydney – The Factory Theatre –
July 9 – Canberra (Metal Fiesta) – The Basement –
July 16 – Brisbane – Crowbar –
July 23 – Melbourne – The Corner Hotel –
July 30 – Adelaide – Fowlers Live –
August 6 – Perth – Rosemount Hotel –

** all details from Official Facebook Event Page **

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