Sometimes a time-out is just necessary. In the case of the Swedish retrorocker Graveyard, in conjunction with a personnel change, it has provided an enormous boost that the new studio work "Peace" has produced. A milestone in the band's history that delivers signature songs with tracks like "The Fox" and "It Ain't Over Yet" that are at least as good as the classic "Hisingen Blues".
U2 - The ultimate live band
The true greatness of U2 proves itself in its live capabilities. Like no other band in the world, the Irish have been able to stage themselves anew again and again over the past four decades, and have captivated even the most critical of audiences. While their studio albums are subject to strong qualitative fluctuations, Bono, The Edge, Adam Clayton and Larry Mullen Jr. are still a power on stage today. eclipsed shows why and garnished the whole thing with concert memories of its authors.
Despite all the enthusiasm, one had the feeling with each of the past Graveyard albums up to now that there is still air up there. For "Innocence & Decadence", their fourth prank, this is basically also true. Whereby it now almost seems that they are only just ahead of their final statement.
The Swedish classic rockers Graveyard released their fourth album "Innocence & Decadence" on September 25th. Graveyard are regarded as masters of well-hung bluesy heavy rock.
Graveyard are regarded as masters of well-hung bluesy heavy rock. With their second album "Hisingen Blues" four years ago, they made people listen to them internationally for the first time. Even though the quartet didn't act on the level of this Brocken album anymore with the record "Lights Out" in 2012, they have been counted among the elite of retro bands ever since.
Together with bassist Rikard Eklund, with whom he had previously played in the musically more playful bands Norrsken and Albatross, albatross drummer Axel Sjöberg and guitarist Truls Mörck, Nilsson founded the band in 2006. The following year, even before the self-titled debut album was recorded, Graveyard and Mörck parted ways, followed by Jonatan Larocca-Ramm. On the new album "Innocence & Decadence" Mörck returns to the band as bass player, but Eklund has now said goodbye.
KADAVAR - Last Living Dinosaur (4:04)
Album: Berlin (2015)
Label/Distribution: Nuclear Blast/Warner
The riff monsters from Berlin have set a heavy rock monument with this disc of their adopted city. From now on all Black Sabbath epigones of this world will have to be measured against this album. And at the same time Kadavar have set the bar damn high for their future studio works.
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eclipsed is a music magazine based in Aschaffenburg and has been on the German market since 2000. It is aimed at friends of sophisticated rock music who want to go on a new acoustic voyage of discovery month after month.
eclipsed deals in detail with the rock greats of the 60s and 70s in the areas of art rock, prog, psychedelic, blues, classic, hard rock and much more as well as with the current scene in these areas.