Graveyard – Peace (Review)



Wow! If you’re looking for a great new rock band, look no further than Graveyard! Filled with Sabbath-like tones and a mix of Clutch and classic rock influenced sounds, what’s not to like? I was absolutely hooked once the first song started up. “It Ain’t Over Yet” is a nod to the early days of psychedelic metal and it simply rips through your ears and mind like a sonic boom. While the band has a diverse style throughout, it’s also very cohesive and an incredibly cool journey to take in the course of listening to the album “Peace”. I can easily say that I like every track on this album and the band’s musicianship is incredible. If you’re looking for the next modern rock cookie cutter band that’s being played on commercial radio, then look elsewhere, but if you’re looking for a blast from the past that seems remarkably refreshing, Graveyard is for you! Fans of bands like Alice and Chains will no doubt like the sound of Graveyard as a lot of their inspiration was drawn from the same bands of the beginnings of metal, with bands like Black Sabbath,  Led Zeppelin, Deep Purple and Jimi Hendrix. Plenty of heavy tunes and plenty of psychedelic moods accompany this fantastic fifth album by Graveyard. If you’re a fan of the classic rock sound you’ve got to listen to “Peace” by Graveyard.

Artist: Graveyard
Album: Peace
Genre: Metal / Psych-Roch
Label: Nuclear Blast Records
Release Date: May 25, 2018
Reviewed by: Bobby Caughron


Track Listing:

It Ain’t Over Yet 3:39
Cold Love 4:53
See The Day 3:09
Please Don’t 4:13
The Fox 2:38
Walk On 5:22
Del Manic 4:27
Bird Of Paradise 3:43
A Sign Of Peace 3:42
Low (I Wouldn’t Mind) 6:36


Band Members:

Joakim Nilsson| vocals, guitars
Jonatan La Rocca Ramm| guitars
Truls Mörck| vocals, bass guitar
Oskar Bergenheim| drums

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