Monday, March 28, 2011


In a recent interview with, Jonatan Ramm of the Swedish classic rockers GRAVEYARD discussed musical influences, the magic that recording in analog captures, the origins of the title for their new album Hisingen Blues, and his admiration for Fleetwood Mac’s blues-rock guitarist Peter Green.

Read the entire interview here.

The iTunes pre-order for Hisingen Blues is now available for purchase online at this locationHisingen Blues pre-order package bundles are now available on the Nuclear Blast Webshop

·         Hisingen Blues on CD + exclusive t-shirt: $20.00
·         Hisingen Blues CD only: $10.00
·         Hisingen Blues on clear blue VINYL only: $18.00

GRAVEYARD’s sophomore studio album was produced, recorded, and mixed in analog by Don Alsterberg (José Gonzales, Junip, Soundtrack Of Our Lives, The International Noise Conspiracy) at Don Pierre Studios in Gothenburg, Sweden.

View the video for “Hisingen Blues” - directed by Artur Wolgers of STLSKR and produced by STLSKR - at this location.  Enter a worldwide contest to win a copy of the Hisingen Blues CD by answering five questions about the music video.

Listen to new tracks “Hisingen Blues” and “Ain’t Fit To Live Here” on GRAVEYARD’s MySpace player.


·         Joakim Nilsson – Guitar & Vocals
·         Jonatan Ramm – Guitar & Vocals
·         Rikard Edlund – Bass
·         Axel Sjöberg - Drums

Stream GRAVEYARD’s entire, self-titled debut album here.
Visit GRAVEYARD online at & on Facebook.

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