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|Web of Dharma|
|Studio album by Graves|
|Released||May 31, 2002|
|Recorded||November 2 to November 5, 2001|
|Genre||Horror punk, Pop punk|
|Producer||Graves (Dr. Chud)|
The band also recorded a demo before Web of Dharma, which was never officially released. Demos for "Web Of Dharma" were recorded in November 2001. These recordings were produced by Ron Gouldie at June 3 Studios in Los Angeles, CA. The sessions for the album occurred in April 2002 at Spin Studios in Long Island, NY. Overdubbing sessions and final mixing took place in the "Creepy Attic" - Dr. Chud's home studio.
A special limited edition of this album was sold at the record release party. The number of copies pressed is still unknown. Seemingly the only difference between the limited edition and the regular edition, is the artwork on the CD itself. Limited edition CD artwork contains the Grave Diggers Union logo. The album's artwork was done by James Rowe.
In September 2002, the band broke up. Michale went on to form a new band, Gotham Road, Dr. Chud formed his new band, Dr. Chud's X-Ward, Graham played briefly with Let it Burn, and Tom Logan joined the band Professional Murder Music.
Web of Dharma
- One Million Light Years from Her
- So Don't You Know
- Tell Me
- Attack of the Butterflies
- Iridescent White Light