Graveyard – Electric Ballroom, London 4th November 2015


One thing is obvious with a performance from Graveyard – they own their stage.

Rocketing through a relentless hour and a half set that never lacked momentum, their set was dominated by tracks from their 4th and latest album, Innocence and Decadence and their 2011 breakthrough Hisingen Blue. Their bass player Truls Mörck took lead vocals on a few tracks but it was when Joakim Nilsson’s gritty growling baritone rang out that the place blew up and the crowd lapped it up.
Graveyard has been described as having a 70′s vibe with an authentic fusion of blues, psych and every other cliché under the sun but it is just simply great rock n roll.

Shane Boylan

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