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Be'lakor Announces Australian Tour

Melbourne-based melodic death metal band Be'lakor recently announced their first national tour, supporting their highly anticipated second album, "Stone's Reach."

Their first show will be an album launch at Melbourne's The Espy, where they will be joined by Brisbane's 'neath, among others. They will then set off to Adelaide, Brisbane before concluding in Sydney at an unannounced venue and date.

The band has also revealed the cover art for the album, which is to be released on June 20th.

Be'lakor's latest tour dates are as follows:

Saturday, June 20th – The Espy, Melbourne, VIC
with ‘Neath, Envenomed, Arbrynth and Untruth.

Saturday, July 4th – The Enigma Bar, Adelaide, SA
with Black Orchid, Quasar and Quest.

Friday, July 10th – Monstrothic, Brisbane, QLD
with ‘Neath, Archaea and Aeternitas.

Date/Venue TBC – Sydney, NSW

Source: OzProg.com

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1. AlexE writes:

I love this band. Wish I lived in Australia ...

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2. Jamez writes:

So everybody's going to Australia now? So is that the only place on this planet where people still have some money to spend apart from the crisis?

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3. Jamez writes:

Oh yeah... they're Aussies. Sorry about that. But still

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