With their fifth album, Peace, Graveyard guides the listener through an ever-changing musical landscape filled with their trademark take on classic rock. From the opener's blistering declaration that "It Ain't Over Yet" to the final note of heart beating bass on the epic and moody rocker "Low (I Wouldn't Mind)" the band manages to squeeze out every last creative drop of what there is to know, hear and love about Graveyard in 2018. On "It Ain't Over Yet" and "The Fox," we hear Joakim Nilsson sing his heart out whilst Truls Marck takes the reigns offering soothing contrast on "See The Day" and the anthemic Neil Young-esque "Bird Of Paradise." Throughout, Graveyard continue to show their heavier side with hard-hitters "Please Don't," "Cold Love" and "A Sign Of Peace." The band offer a refreshing blend of Black Sabbath and The Stooges on "Walk On," concluding with the epic jam of "Low (I Wouldn't Mind)." All of these elements combined create a record that showcases the experimental and heavier side of Graveyard without forsaking the true essence of the band.