GRAVEYARD: New Single Available For Streaming
Swedish occult rock outfit GRAVEYARD will release its new album, "Hisingen Blues", in late March via Nuclear Blast Records. The CD's first single, "Hisingen Blues", can be streamed using the Soundcloud player below.
Drawing influences from by all sorts of guitar-driven music, GRAVEYARD delivers it all — along with stunning imagery and a pure, authentic attitude.
Commented Nuclear Blast head of A&R Andy Siry: "We are honored to be working with GRAVEYARD from now on! These guys are the most unique and amazing band the so-called retro rock scene has to offer, although GRAVEYARD are MUCH more than this.
"Keep your caps peeled — GRAVEYARD is upon us. 2011 will be the year of the 'YARD!"
Added the band: "It feels great to work with such experienced and dedicated people as the Nuclear Blast crew. Awesome!! It's a label that's founded by old-school tape traders that obviously are good at what they do, since NB is one of the few big independent labels that manages not only to survive, but to expand in today's difficult music climate."
For more information, visit www.myspace.com/graveyardsongs.
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