10 Songs, 42 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

“It ain’t over yet/You’ve got a lot to lose,” howls Graveyard vocalist/guitarist Joakim Nilsson over a psychedelic mélange of whirling guitars on “It Ain’t Over Yet,” the searing opener on the band’s fifth album. It’s with that kind of steadfast determination that the Swedish group deliver their soulful take on classic rock. As the taut stoner grooves of “Cold Love” fade into the crystalline melodies of “See the Day” and climactic riff rock of “Please Don’t,” Graveyard ooze easy '70s style at every turn.

EDITORS’ NOTES

“It ain’t over yet/You’ve got a lot to lose,” howls Graveyard vocalist/guitarist Joakim Nilsson over a psychedelic mélange of whirling guitars on “It Ain’t Over Yet,” the searing opener on the band’s fifth album. It’s with that kind of steadfast determination that the Swedish group deliver their soulful take on classic rock. As the taut stoner grooves of “Cold Love” fade into the crystalline melodies of “See the Day” and climactic riff rock of “Please Don’t,” Graveyard ooze easy '70s style at every turn.

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