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A highlight of retro rock n roll

The swaying, bluesy undertones of this album set the swampy scene superbly. A gem of a release and a true reaffirmation that music as we know and love it is alive and well in this age of mass-produced, conveyer belt consumerist noise. The beautifully slow blues of "Hard times lovin" and "Slow motion countdown" are balanced out splendidly with bouncy, retrospective, rock n roll. This album hits the note perfectly and then some, the lyrics are potent, appropriate, and meaningful. There a sense that a great deal of thought went into the musicianship of this record, as opposed to other lower bill rock acts that will hurry an overdue album. No chance. This is a must purchase for any fan of classic rock rarely found today.


Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s, '10s

A throwback rock band much in the vein of Witchcraft or Priestess, Gothenburg, Sweden's Graveyard formed in late 2006. Original members Joakim Nilsson (guitar and vocals), Truls Mörck (guitar and vocals), Rikard Edlund (bass), and Axel Sjöberg (drums) were moved by the legacy of giants such as Cream and Black Sabbath, and quickly recorded their first demo. Rather quickly thereafter, the band scored a dual distribution deal with both Tee Pee Records and Transubstans. Their debut album, simply entitled...
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