09:01 - Apothecary Everything in Enslaved's discog is pretty engaging and high quality if you ask me, they're remarkably consistent. Only one of their full lengths has below an 8 on here, and even then it's a 7.9. That says a lot
08:56 - Stereolab42 The lower-rated Enslaved albums are lower-rated for a reason. Blech. They have crazy-good highs and boring-ass, sleep-inducing lows.
07:27 - Apothecary I might prefer only AOE to Monumension, but I've been listening to the latter a lot over this past weekend, and I'm thinking that may change pretty soon
Graveyard have just released their fourth full-length album worldwide, Innocence & Decadence. To celebrate the release, the bluesy rockers hailing from Sweden have also premiered the official music video for their latest single, "Too Much Is Not Enough". The clip is available for your viewing pleasure below. Don't forget to check out the record Innocence & Decadence as well.
"Too Much Is Not Enough", a brand new mellow song from Swedish bluesy rockers Graveyard, can now be streamed below. The song is taken from the band's fourth full-length album, Innocence & Decadence, which will be released very soon on September 25th via Nuclear Blast. What do you think of their brand new single?
You finally have the opportunity to listen to new material from the bluesy rockers Graveyard. The Swedes have just unveiled the first taste of their new record, Innocence & Decadence, in the form of a brand new video. Discover the new tune "The Apple And The Tree" below.
Swedish blues rockers Graveyard will release their fourth full-length album, Innocence & Decadence soon, more precisely on September 25th via Nuclear Blast. The record sees the return of Truls Mörck now on bass duties. In case you are curious about the new music, you can watch below the official trailer and start anticipating the rest.
Graveyard Dirt have been working on new material. Details are still unknown so far, but the band has posted online one new song called ''Her Haunting Smile''. You can hear the 7-minute long track from the Irish death/doom act on YouTube player below. It should appear on their new as yet untitled EP. Enjoy the doom!
Swedish bluesy rockers Graveyard just announced their new album. The follow-up to Lights Out is coming out in September and is called Innocence & Decadence. Discover the cover artwork for the album below as well as more details. You can also expect a European headlining tour to be announced shortly. Soon enough you will be able to satisfy your curiosity about the new music.
Swedish hard rockers Graveyard have announced their new bass player, Truls Mörck, who will replace Rikard Edlund from now on. Mörck originally helped found the band back in 2006 and played guitar on Graveyard's self-titled debut album (2007). The group is working on a brand new album and the successor of 2012's Lights Out is planned to be released later this year. All you can do now is wait and hope for a good album. Do you have high hopes?
The Swedes Graveyard have a couple of things to share. On one hand, the band announced the departure of bassist Rikard Edlund, who back in 2012 took a break from the band to fight his addiction problems. He now leaves to pursue other projects. On the other hand, the band is working hard on their next album with no release date planned yet. But it is coming folks!
Graveyard? You might ask. No. Not the one you know. The Polish death metal outfit Ulcer has unveiled details about their new upcoming split with Spanish contemporaries Graveyard. The 7" split entitled Of Ancient Metal And Eternal Death will see its release on Selfmadegod Records. A release date is yet to be scheduled. In the meantime, check out the art and tracklist below.
Rikard Edlund, Graveyard's bassist, has been forced to sit out the band's upcoming events in order to fight addiction problems. The band labored to explain as to why Rikard will not be featuring in the band's upcoming tours. While Rikard is away, the band will continue with a stand-in bass player whose name is yet to be announced.
Swedish bluesy rockers Graveyard have premiered another new video from their new album Lights Out. You can check out the song "Endless Night" and the video at this location while you prepare for the release of the album tomorrow in Europe and on November 6th (North America) under Nuclear Blast.
Swedish bluesy rockers Graveyard have recently premiered a brand new videoclip which can now be viewed below. It was made for the song "Goliath" and it was directed by Artur Wolgers. The song is taken from their upcoming album Lights Out, to be released on October 26th (Europe) and November 6th (North America) this year via Nuclear Blast. This is the band's second videoclip.
Let's get a groove on. Swedish bluesy rockers Graveyard have released their brand new single "Goliath" and you can enjoy it on the lyric video below. "Goliath" will be released on 7" vinyl (four different cover/colours) and as digital download on September 21st, 2012 through Nuclear Blast.
Swedish bluesy rockers Graveyard have set Lights Out as the title for the group's next album, which is set to be released in Europe on October 26th and in North America on November 6th via Nuclear Blast, just one year after they released the trippy Hisingen Blues.
Swedish bluesy rockers Graveyard have played a show at this year's Rock Hard Festival in Gelsenkirchen, Germany, and seven songs of the gig have been recorded by Germany's WDR Rockpalast. The live songs are now available for streaming at this location.