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Swedish rockers Graveyard announce UK winter tour

Graveyard - Peace

1. It Ain't Over Yet
2. Cold Love
3. See The Day
4. Please Don't
5. Del Maniac
6. The Fox
7. Walk On
8. Bird Of Paradise
9. A Sign Of Peace
10. Low (I Wouldn't Mind)

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Graveyard have announced a UK tour for later this year.

The Swedish outfit have scheduled a total of eight dates across the country in support of their upcoming album Peace, which is set to arrive on May 25 via Nuclear Blast.

The live shows will see them play in Sheffield, Leeds, Nottingham, Glasgow, London, Manchester, Birmingham and Bristol.

Tickets will go on general sale from 9am GMT on Friday (May 11). Find a full list of dates and ticket links below.

Last month, Graveyard shared a video for their track Please Don’t (opens in new tab) from the album, with the band checking in to say: “As you may know, we've been doing some traveling lately. In many ways and on many levels. 

“The good thing is that we brought back a few things for you all. Here's a first souvenir from the road to Peace.”

Graveyard announced they were splitting up in September 2016 due to differences within the band

However, guitarist and vocalist Joakim Nilsson, guitarist Jonatan Ramm and bassist Truls Morck decided to move forward again at the end of January 2017 without drummer Axel Sjoberg. He was replaced by Oskar Bergenheim.

Graveyard 2018 UK tour dates

Nov 30: Sheffield Leadmill - BUY TICKETS (opens in new tab)
Dec 01: Leeds Key Club - BUY TICKETS (opens in new tab)
Dec 02: Nottingham Rescue Rooms - BUY TICKETS (opens in new tab)
Dec 03: Glasgow G2 - BUY TICKETS (opens in new tab)
Dec 05: London Scala - BUY TICKETS (opens in new tab)
Dec 06: Manchester Academy 3 - BUY TICKETS (opens in new tab)
Dec 07: Birmingham O2 Academy 3 - BUY TICKETS (opens in new tab)
Dec 08: Bristol Thekla - BUY TICKETS (opens in new tab)

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