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Graf

Graf

Graf


There were 2 acts named Graf: 1. With many changes since 2006, GRAF is considered a black metal band with influences drawn from several particular atmospheres. With lyrics raging at both the holy trinity and those who ignore common sense, GRAF's philosophy lies in brutal revenge. No simple evil, no childish satanism but a glorification of murdering the murderer, tearing the tearer and maiming the maimer. With influences from arabian folk and elements of weeping choirs GRAF rages on. Read more on Last.fm
There were 2 acts named Graf: 1. With many changes since 2006, GRAF is considered a black metal band with influences drawn from several particular atmospheres. With lyrics raging at both the holy trinity and those who ignore common sense, GRAF's philosophy lies in brutal revenge. No simple evil, no childish satanism but a glorification of murdering the murderer, tearing the tearer and maiming the maimer.

With influences from arabian folk and elements of weeping choirs GRAF rages on. 2. Graf were also a pop/rock band based in Ohio. In 1981, they released only one album on Precision/Epic Records before shortly calling it quits.

The first single from that self-titled album, "Come To My Arms", failed to hit the Billboard Hot 100 chart, settling for a peak position of #110 on the Bubbling Under Hot 100 chart. A follow-up single, "Baby's Gone Home", failed to chart. the 80s Graf consisted of; guitarist/vocalist Frank Pellino, keyboardist Peter Tokar, bassist Tim Graziano, and drummer Jose Ortiz. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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