Graveyard

Hisingen Blues (Nuclear Blast)

Metallurgy

Graveyard

Hisingen Blues (Nuclear Blast)

The inevitable slump following the atomic "Submarine Blues" of this Gothenburg, Sweden, quartet's self-titled 2007 debut nevertheless bottles a lightning shot or four of moonshine psych-blues. Analog-armored rifle shots in the crack title track, as well as 1960s rave-up "Ungrateful Are the Dead," jacket another lysergic nod in mood alternator "Uncomfortably Numb."

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