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There is more than one artist known as Graveyard:

1. Graveyard is a band from Gothenburg, Sweden.

Joakim Nilsson, Rikard Edlund (both formerly of Norrsken), Axel Sjöberg, and Truls Mörck formed Graveyard in 2006. When Norrsken disbanded in 2000, guitarist Magnus Pelander went on to form doomy folk metal act Witchcraft and Nilsson and Edlund joined Albatros, a growly blues rock band whose lineup also included Sjöberg on drums. Initially they considered Albatros a hobby project, but after five years the members began taking their music more seriously and had grown dissatisfied with the direction their sound had taken. When Albatros broke up, Nilsson and Edlund decided that for their next venture, they would head back towards their roots as musicians and songwriters. Nilsson explains, “I am a singer, but in Albatross I only played guitar. Rikard played guitar but he is a bass player. We also wanted a more straightforward sound.”

Together with Sjöberg and guitarist/singer Truls Mörck they began practicing as Graveyard. Upon their initial formation, Graveyard quickly recorded a two track demo, played a total of three shows, and began planning for a full-length album with Swedish boutique label, Transubstans Records. In the meantime, they posted a demo of some of their material on MySpace. Songs from the band’s Myspace caught the ear of Tony Presedo, founder of TeePee Records. Their self-titled debut album was recorded by Don Ahlsterberg and released in early 2008. On the recording sessions’ completion, Truls Mörck was replaced by guitarist Jonatan Ramm. The debut album received generally good reviews. Graveyard performed at the 2008’s South by Southwest Music Festival.


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  • EduSkynyrd

    HAUhsauahsauhs Lana Shit

    28 Sep 1:22am Reply
  • theloadedgun

    Disse o cara que tem Lana Del Rey como artista que tem mais faixas tocadas... V

    25 Sep 8:57pm Reply
  • LuizFellype

    Soa como o que o Black Sabbath deveria ter se tornado com um amadurecimento musical mais "drástico", em vez de tentar fazer mais do mesmo, e por isso é uma banda de uma potência tremenda! conseguir fazer isso espontaneamente.

    14 Sep 1:25pm Reply
  • umbardakil

    check this facebook group with stoner rock, psychedelic, progressive, desert rock, space rock, instrumental and more:

    7 Sep 1:29pm Reply
  • LucasDeMarchi

    Uncomfortably Numb just might be one of the greatest songs ever.

    24 Aug 4:13am Reply
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    9 Aug 5:21pm Reply
  • filipeavelar

    Ain’t no light in my tunnel, but the gold tooth in the devil’s smile. I walked a wide road a thousand times, it never led me anywhere...

    2 Aug 2:20pm Reply
  • MistySilversky1

    Awesome, love the raw sound...

    19 Jul 1:53pm Reply
  • Franckkky

    Those guys are the best band of the last 20 years. They are already Classic Rock. [2]

    23 Jun 1:23pm Reply
  • H-TIO

    Been a die hard-fan of these guys since 2011, now finally this year I'll probably have my first chance of seeing them perform live. I'm so stoked!

    25 May 1:03am Reply
  • borre65

    I´ve just discoreved this group by accident. Awesome classic ROCK!

    20 May 7:27pm Reply
  • jfelipecb

    Those guys are the best band of the last 20 years. They are already Classic Rock.

    13 May 12:41pm Reply
  • GNR27

    Statistically it's been time for a new album!

    3 May 8:09pm Reply
  • Ufasas

    3rd week with graveyard, still going great :P

    3 May 12:40am Reply
  • TheWinterWake

    Me salvaron la vida.

    1 May 3:37am Reply
  • UnitStructure

    Awesome show last night with Bombus in St. Louis. Getting to hang around after to meet the band and have my vinyl copy of Hisingen Blues signed was icing on the cake. Top notch dudes.

    30 Apr 7:31pm Reply
  • Ufasas

    Impossible to stop listening them

    10 Apr 12:15pm Reply
  • MrOnraad

    I used to listen non-stop to these guys, then i saw them live at pinkpop 2013. Somehow I stopped listening to them after that, until recently to rediscover them :) forgot how awesome they are live.

    8 Apr 10:55pm Reply
  • H-TIO

    That feeling when you haven't listened to Graveyard for quite a while, and then get back to listening to them. It's somewhat like discovering them again, just remembering again exactly why they are my favoriteband :)

    25 Mar 4:29pm Reply
  • BeOrion

    "Nobody does retro 70s rock better than these guys. Nobody!" [2]

    7 Mar 11:43pm Reply
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