Holland's FaceCulture recently conducted an interview with guitarist/vocalist Joakim Nilsson of Swedish blues rockers GRAVEYARD. You can now watch the chat in four parts below.
GRAVEYARD bassist Rikard Edlund will sit out the band's upcoming tour due to "personal problems with addiction." The group will play all shows with a stand-in bass player.
GRAVEYARD's third album, "Lights Out", was released on October 26 via Nuclear Blast Records. The "Goliath" single preceded the full-length CD on September 21 as a digital download and on seven-inch vinyl. The single includes a special non-album track, "Leaving You". The "Goliath" seven-inch vinyl was issued in four different colors, featuring four different cover artworks.
GRAVEYARD will kick off a U.S. headlining tour on January 23 in Boston, Massachusetts. The trek will feature special appearances in Seattle, Washington and Houston, Texas from THE DEVIL'S BLOOD and ROYAL THUNDER.
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