FEATURE: Top 5 albums of 2015 - Graves

20 November 2015 | 10:08 am | Staff Writer
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Invasion Fest artist Graves provide their Top 5 albums of 2015.

Melbourne’s Invasion Fest is fast approaching. Stretched across two stages at Arrow On Swanston, the event sees 17 of our best homegrown talent perform this December.

In the lead-up, Killyourstereo.com will run a daily series with the respective bands on the bill, as each offer their ‘Top 5 albums of 2015′. We continue with Wollongong outfit, Graves.


The best album to come out this this year was still Metallica's 'Master of Puppets' from '86.

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But srs;

The Weeknd - Beauty Behind the Madness

"Because Rhys is a little, emo, coke head... Actually because he is a huge fan of the vocal work."

The Last Ten Seconds of Life - Soulless Hymns

"This album is one of the heaviest released of all time, period."

Bring Me The Horizon - That's the Spirit

"It, overall, is a great album regardless of your stance on their change of genres. Musically, a pretty epic album."

Dr Dre - Compton

"Dre's always had fat beats, it's an album you can easily listen to front to back."

The Black Dahlia Murder - Abysmal

"The definition of shred and they're legends of the genre."

Catch Graves performing at Invasion Fest, which takes place in Melbourne this December. You can purchase tickets via Oztix.

Join the official Facebook event here.