Jerusalem (rock band)

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Jerusalem
Origin Gothenburg, Sweden
Genres Christian rock
Christian metal
Years active 1975–present
Website www.jerusalem.se
Members
Ulf Christiansson
Anders Mossberg
Dan Tibell
Klas Anderhell
Peter Carlsohn
Reidar I. Paulsen
Michael Ulvsgärd
Past members
Bertil Sörensson
Danne Gansmoe

Jerusalem is a Swedish Christian rock band, founded in 1975 by Ulf Christiansson. It was one of the first bands to combine Christian lyrics with a hard rock sound.

History[change | edit source]

Official Jerusalem logo

Jerusalem's message was primarily aimed at youth, with their lyrics describing the band's relationship to God in an ordinary, but radical way. The band's purpose was expressly evangelistic. Their concerts have been described as a series of revival meetings which often included altar calls and occasionally exorcisms.¡When the band first toured in the mid-1970s in Sweden, their combination of Christian lyrics with a hard rock sound was very controversial. The band was only permitted to perform at a few churches.

Discography[change | edit source]

For albums released in both Swedish and English versions, the English titles are in parentheses.

Studio albums[change | edit source]

Live albums[change | edit source]

Compilation albums[change | edit source]

Other websites[change | edit source]