Graveyard really are a revelation. Just unbelievable. Their debut album came out of nowhere and smashed me in the face with its amazing rock. The second album somehow improved on their first one in every single way, and was an absolute masterpiece, leaving me wondering how on earth it could get any better. Well, with Lights Out, I wouldn't exactly say they have bettered Hinsingen Blues, but I would definitely say it's equally as amazing - just in a different way. This album is a little bit more soulful, a bit more bluesy, but still with a good chunk of hard rocking thrown in there, in the most rocking way only Graveyard know how to do. One thing you should understand about Graveyard - they're not one of these 'retro' bands just trying to sound like an old classic rocking band. They are a band that clearly lives, loves and breathes this kind of music. You can call this classic rock, sure, but this is music that comes purely from the heart and soul of four glorious Swedes, who have endless talent coming out of their backsides. They clearly love what they do, and you can hear it in every second of the music on this album. It doesn't sound like a rehash of an old genre, it's a very personal twist on the greatest genre of music, and as a result this band sound like Graveyard and no one else. Yeah sure, they're influenced by Led Zeppelin (who isn't in this genre?), but this doesn't actually sound anything like a Zeppelin record. It's pure Graveyard, it's pure rock, and it's pure unbelievable goodness. Just buy it, right now, along with Hinsingen Blues and their self-titled debut. Along with Astra and Diagonal, Graveyard complete the holy trinity of the new wave of rock bands that have come to pulverise your face.