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Graveyard’s 2007 eponymous debut album introduced the band as longhaired Swedes bent on blasting proto-metal from towering amps. Then Graveyard's 2011 sophomore LP, Hisingen Blues, rocked with noticeably more bluesy riffs, sounding like early Fleetwood Mac with a distortion-pedal endorsement. The band blends both influences into its third studio album, Lights Out, while offering a slight evolution of the stoner-rock sound. Frontman Joakim Nilsson has found his voice in “An Industry of Murder,” flirting with falsettos, building a subtle tension between his softer sung verses and confidently howled choruses. “Slow Motion Countdown” makes good on its title with plodding rhythms. But rather than take the predictably sludgy route, the band laces the tune with a piano's darker notes and plenty of negative space. Nilsson’s softer sung moments here reside between The Doors’ “Crystal Ship” and Danzig’s “Soul on Fire.” The nearly danceable “The Suits, the Law & the Uniforms” grooves on an upgrade of ‘70s Southern boogie rock, save for some unpredictable free-jazz saxophone and octave vocal harmonies.

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I'll admit that I didn't expect much when I listened to this album. I'm not really a big fan of this genre; I prefer death metal and thrash, but this album was great. It reminded me of Sabbath with a hint of Deep Purple. I'm really impressed by this band.

The best album of 2012.

Graveyard did it again. They manage to make yet another stellar album that will become a classic over time. This is their most heavy album, and it's great. They have a way of sounding both familiar and different on this release. Top Shelf rock music. Lights Out is well worth the buy.

Straight Forward...

First listen just went down...I gotta say when he started screaming its a long way down i got chills. A lot of straight classic rock riffs, but there are some cool variations too, man I don't know if any songs really blew my mind, but defintely a fun album.


Formed: 2006 in Gothenburg, Sweden

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. Soon thereafter, the band scored a dual distribution deal with both Tee Pee Records and Transubstans. Their debut album, simply titled Graveyard,...
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