Finnish Punk ‘N Rollers GRAVEYARD SHIFTERS Release ‘Welcome to Sherwood’ EP
 
Finland’s Punk ‘N Roll wildmen Graveyard Shifters are even more fired up than usual about today’s release of new EP Welcome to Sherwood. The EP is the epitome of raucous energy and introduces their new, more rock stylish tunes with catchy hooks and sweet brain-drilling melodies. It is indeed “Fucking nut cracking punk’n’roll from Finland!”
 
The official video for first single “Dead End Road” is available below:
 
Stream/Purchase Welcome to Sherwood:
 
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Welcome to Sherwood Track Listing:
 
1. Back to the Grind
2. Dead End Road
3. Catfish
4. Fruit Fly Invasion
5. Welcome to Sherwood
 
 
 
Graveyard Shifters is:
 
A. Salmenoja (d)
J. Sumkin (b)
J. Matilainen (v)
H. Kansonen (g)
V. Vainionpää (g)
 
 
 
 
 
 
Graveyard Shifters Bio:
 
The tale of Graveyard Shifters begins in Kerava, Finland – where the band party and destroy everything in their path using the savage sounds of punk, rock ‘n’ roll and metal.
 
The Graveyard Shifters started in the fall of 2013 with singer J. Matilainen and drummer A. Salmenoja being abducted by alien invaders from the sky. Our heroes we’re forced to return back to Earth and make a change to the nowadays ‘polished music’ that infects our planet from all corner of the globe. Their mission: to create new music to blow YOUR mind. Soon Matilainen and Salmenoja had convinced the rest of the guys to join the Graveyard Shifters and, with a nasty touch, bring something real back your your sonic boosters whilst saving the greater good (they were also blackmailed with the threat of alien experimentation!)
 
This is only to be the beginning of the Graveyard Shifters tale and their relentless lust for music and partying. Since their formation, within six months the band recorded their debut EP Brainwashed by Moonshine(2014), which was self-financed by recycling the empty beer bottles from the rehearsal rooms floor.
 
Debut album High Heels & Broken Bones was released in 2015 via German, Eternal Sound Records and Finnish, Inverse Records. The album is the band’s most acclaimed release so far.
 
 
 
 
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