Double Helixed Sceptre (5:55)

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  • Fearrademi


    26 Apr 2013 Reply
  • metaltyrant80

    Best thing to come out of Jerusalem

    27 Feb 2012 Reply
  • SinStalker22

    actually it a combination of the words "melech" (king in hebrew, pronounced with kh or h. as in "loch ness") and "esh" (translated as fire).. so if going by the hebrew pronounciation it would be "melekh-esh"

    24 Jan 2011 Reply
  • AS_Luemmel

    I think I read once in an Interview that both is correct. Ashmedi said, "cesh" is pronunciation in english and pronunciation in the original way (Melechesh is a hebrew word combination) the "CH" will be pronounced "sch" so it would be pronounced Meleschesch. It depends on your favorite pronounciation. hebrew or english.

    26 Dec 2010 Reply
  • Kasevam

    I'm pretty sure it's pronounced "khesh."

    14 Dec 2010 Reply
  • LeDiabolique

    Melechesh - superb band. English speakers - Is it pronounced 'chesh' or 'cesh'?

    23 Sep 2010 Reply
  • MetalPyro876

    Outstanding track, i love the chanting

    1 Oct 2009 Reply

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