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There is more than one artist known as Graveyard:
1. Graveyard is a hard rock 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...
Founded by self-proclaimed emperor of rock Nicke Andersson in Stockholm in 2009. (Previously active in The Hellacopters and Entombed)
The band mainly consist of Nicke Andersson, Dolf De Borst (The Datsuns), Tobias Egge (The Objects) and Tomas Eriksson (Captain Murphy). Nicke Anderssons good friend Dregen from Backyard Babies performed on Imperial State Electrics first album.
Imperial State Electric released their self-titled debut album in 2010. The album was released by Psychout Records. Their second, entitled Pop War, came in 2012, with a third record currently available for pre-order. Read more on Last.fm . User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.
In this age of rapid music consumption, everyone wants to label music, as well as the bands performing it. But how do you label a band whose music has been called ‘jazz’, but is not – ‘rock’n’roll’ and ‘sixties psychedelia’, yet is both and neither? Instrumental music, performed solely on drums and Hammond organ; melodic yet monotonous, sometimes smooth and melancholic, sometimes exploding and intensely groovy?