Tag: Line of Fear

BLAAKYUM Line Of Fear: A Remarkable Evolution – (9.2/10)

BLAAKYUM Line Of Fear – (92/100)

BLAAKYUM Line Of FearWe’ve come a long way from the competent but uninteresting ‘Lord of the Night’. Where the debut draws heavily from every outside influence, ‘Line of Fear’ draws inspiration from within, meaning Lebanese history, culture, and mythos. Where the traditional percussion of the ‘derbakke’ was mostly filler in the debut, it is now a major contributor to the overall mood of ‘Line of Fear’. The overall mood is now enhanced manifold, not just due to the addition of this oriental instrument, but by the perfected alchemy of all instruments with the vocals, providing a solid structure and form, fused with meaningful folk lyrics. Continue reading

Blaakyum Crosses the “Line Of Fear”


13403971_1029570537111296_228259504161608409_oLebanese metal veterans Blaakyum announced the release of their long-awaited second album “Line Of Fear“, which is the follow-up to 2012’s “Lord Of The Night“.  The release will debut on all online platforms on June 25th, 2016. Retail copies will be available in Lebanon soon. Continue reading

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