GRAVELAND - Thunderbolts of the gods LP
When it comes to innovation, few acts have as divided a discography as Graveland. From its inception in 1992 until 2002’s Memory and Density Graveland underwent constant reinvention. From the pitch black sounds of Carpathian Wolves to the rowdy folk metal of Thousand Swords to the bombastic symphonic metal of Immortal Pride, no two Graveland records sounded alike. For those who enjoyed Graveland’s recent efforts, Thunderbolts of the Gods is well worth listening to. There’s nothing groundbreaking here, but if you’re craving a solid cut of epic viking metal, this album will definitely satisfy. This is GRAVELAND's 13th album released in a great looking gatefold sleeve!