Last night, Swedish hard rockers Graveyard and special guests Bombus treated Amsterdam’s Melkweg OZ to a night of solid hard (stoner) rock. The show, which was in support of new album Peace, served as a testament to Graveyard’s incendiary live quality, with frontman Joakim Nilsson – currently one of hard rock’s most captivating – managing to maintain an impressive vocal range over the course of ninety riff-filled minutes. His band are equally exciting to watch, culminating in a performance which made their decision to reunite in 2017 all the more worth it. If good old-fashioned hard rock is your thing, then the Melkweg was definitely the place to be this week. Jack Parker checked it out.

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GRAVEYARD

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Peace is out now via Nuclear Blast Records.