Graveyard release another new song online

“Ain’t Fit To Live Here,” a new song off the upcoming sophomore album “Hisingen Blues“ by Gothenburg’s classic rockers Graveyard, is now available for worldwide streaming exclusively at BrooklynVegan.com.  The song will be available today from 14:00 CET through 14:00 CET on the 24th!

“Hisingen Blues“ will be out in Europe on March 25, 2011.  The album was produced, recorded, and mixed in 100% analog by Don Alsterberg (José Gonzales, Junip, Soundtrack Of Our Lives, The International Noise Conspiracy) at Don Pierre Studios in Gothenburg, Sweden.

Graveyard recently completed work on their first official video for the title track “Hisingen Blues” (audio preview available here).  Late last week, the band stated: “It will be in black/white and the feel we’re going for is a little mix between Creedence [Clearwater Revival] and Jimi Hendrix meets Mastodon.”

Ulf Lundén created the album art for “Hisingen Blues“.  States the band about their choice of artist:  “We just let him loose.  He put us up against the green screen, took his photos and that was that.  A couple of weeks later, he showed us what he had done. We were astonished by his work, a perfectionist indeed.  We got what we asked for, a cover that isn’t average.  Rich with details, swamp/jungle feeling, weirdness and a lurking evil feel to it.”

A limited edition 7” picture disc of the title track “Hisingen Blues” backed with the exclusive vinyl track “Granny And Davis” and featuring different artwork will be available through Nuclear Blast Germany’s mail-order on February 25th. This release is limited to 500 copies worldwide, so keep an eye on when it goes on sale in your territory because they’ll go fast!

Stream Graveyard’s entire, self-titled debut album here.

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