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Graveyard: Innocence & Decadence

Album Review

Sweden’s retro-rock lords find their filthy side

They may have formed in Gothenburg in 2006, but in Graveyard’s world it’s forever 1972.

They provide quite the alluring, denim-clad journey back in time on Innocence & Decadence, and the album couldn’t be better titled, as they kick off in a frantic fug of Led Zeppelin-spattered horniness for the gloriously dirty Magnetic Shrunk, frontman Joakim Nilsson begging a well-practised woman to ‘Bite me, spank me baby, pull my hair.’ 

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