This is Vasil Brakalov’s music collection on Bandcamp.

Vasil Brakalov

  1. Plovdiv, Bulgaria
  2. Metal
  1. collection 25
  2. followers 8
  3. following 28
  1. Reflections of a Floating World
    by Elder
  2. Аltars/Tunnels
    by UPYR
  3. Written in waters
    by Ved Buens Ende
    Den saakaldte Den saakaldte
  4. Exile to Beyn Neharot
    by Wyatt E.
  5. WHY GOATS WHY
    by WHY GOATS WHY
  6. Secondary Drowning
    by ate
  7. Unearthing Buried Chapters
    by Valance Drakes & Ivan Shopov
  8. Protective
    by Mytrip & Evitceles
  9. Limerence
    by Cyberian
  10. Graveyard Campfire
    by BROND
  11. Omelas
    by Third Island
  12. what people call low self-esteem is really just seeing yourself the way that other people see you
    by awakebutstillinbed
    fathers fathers
    Too relatable at times <3
  13. Before The Fire
    by Leaver & Tim Holehouse
  14. Circle of Loss
    by Mytrip
  15. Lunar Mist
    by V/A Compilation
  16. Verwüstung
    by Moloch
  17. BOW TO MY WRATH
    by KING OF SORROW
  18. whitehorse / upyr - split LP
    by WHITEHORSE / UPYR
    UPYR - "webs of sorrow" UPYR - "webs of sorrow"
  19. Minoans
    by GIANT SQUID
  20. Funeral Party 7"
    by Grave Pleasures
  21. nod nod
    by NOD NOD
  22. Pacific Myth (Official Release)
    by Protest the Hero
  23. Kezia (Remaster)
    by Protest the Hero
    Turn Soonest To the Sea Turn Soonest To the Sea
    The "first" album, more focused than previous releases. Rody's vocals are more matured and are showing their potential for epicness (which is evident in the next releases). Also great concept album, infinity/10. <3
  24. Volition (Instrumental)
    by Protest the Hero
    Skies (Instrumental) Skies (Instrumental)
  25. A Calculated Use of Sound
    by Protest the Hero
    Led Astray Led Astray
    The great beginning of a great band. More punk than progressive back then, but as emotional as usual. Rody's vocals are far "weaker" (no offence), yet somehow perfectly fitting with everything else. There's the typical PTH sound and riffs, but just in their most primal form.