Swedish hard rock band Graveyard, are streaming the brand new rock/blues song Too Much Is Not Enough from their forthcoming album Innocence & Decadence. Pre-orders are available on the Nuclear Blast web store.
The band will be releasing their forth full length studio album Innocence & Decadence, on October 25th 2015 via Nuclear Blast Records. The record was recorded with engineer, Janne Hansson and producer Johan Lindström at Atlantis Studios in Stockholm Sweden, and was recorded with the band all playing together live in one room.
Graveyard will be heading out for the Graveyard 2015 European tour in support of the release and also have put out a promotional trailer for the album, in addition to a music video for The Apple And The Tree.
Graveyard said about the album Innocence & Decadence – “It’s gonna be an album filled to the rim with a little bit of this, and for all of those who might wonder or worry, there will be quite a lot of that on it as well. We’ve had a great time recording the album at the ‘gemytliga’ Atlantis Studios in Stockholm together with Janne Hansson and Johan Lindström. And after kinda being away from our daily routine as a touring band and the thrill of a new album on its way we, wanna leave you with. Good to be gone, great to be back and let there be September!”
The band added – “Somewhere between innocence and decadence is where you will find Graveyard. Hard at work trying to figure out which apples that will fall from what tree. Can you see us? We’re that little hopeless case of a fly in denial — since forever stuck between the piles of shit that your ever repeating life keeps lining up for you.”
Innocence & Decadence Track Listing:
CD / Digital / Vinyl
1. Magnetic Shunk
2. The Apple And The Tree
3. Exit 97
4. Never Theirs To Sell
5. Can’t Walk Out
6. Too Much Is Not Enough
7. From A Hole In The Wall
8. Cause & Defect
10. Far Too Close
11. Stay For A Song
Limited Edition DIGI:
12. The Hatch (bonus track)
Joakim Nilsson – guitar, vocals
Jonatan Larocca-Ramm – guitar, vocals
Axel Sjöberg – drums
Truls Mörck – bass