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Slipknot reveal unused album artwork for ‘.5: The Gray Chapter’
Slipknot reveal unused album artwork for ‘.5: The Gray Chapter’
Slipknot are celebrating the 5-year anniversary of .5: The Gray Chapter this month, taking to social media to do a little throwback in honor of the album's anniversary. Find out what the album cover almost looked like below! Read more: Spotify is giving away free Google Home Minis—here’s how to get yours Yesterday marked 5 years since the band's fifth studio album was released in North America. To
Did Matty Healy just unveil the ‘Music For Cars’ artwork?
Did Matty Healy just unveil the ‘Music For Cars’ artwork?
The 1975’s Matty Healy has recently taken to Instagram to post a weird teaser that appears to be related to the band’s Music For Cars era. Healy’s post simply depicts their white neon sign, unlit. The photo on their Instagram is accompanied by the caption, “Music For Cars.” Read more: Reading & Leed... Read More ...
Did this photo inspire TØP’s ‘Trench’ album cover?
Did this photo inspire TØP’s ‘Trench’ album cover?
The Clique are known to be super-sleuths on top of their fervent fandom for twenty one pilots. So much so, in fact, that even the stock photo of a vulture that purportedly inspired the amber-hued fowl on the front of Trench was actually dug up and identified by some birdwatching TØP devotees on Reddit following the album’s release. See the image, b...
Arch Enemy reveal cover art for new album ‘Will To Power’
Arch Enemy reveal cover art for new album ‘Will To Power’
Swedish death metal bastions Arch Enemy have unleashed the cover artwork and further details for their upcoming tenth album, Will To Power, due out September 8 from Century Media Records. Check it out below! Read more: Arch Enemy vocalist breaks her ribs, continues performing Will To Power's cover art is designed by painter Alex Reisfar, with Arch Enemy guitarist Michael Amott commenting, "I
Every Time I Die call out Foster The People for similar cover art
Every Time I Die call out Foster The People for similar cover art
Every Time I Die is apparently questioning the artistic basis of a new Foster The People album cover, as it looks strikingly similar to the art on ETID's most recent release, 2016's Low Teens. Read More: Blog is calling out plagiarized heavy metal album artwork On Friday, Foster The People released their III EP/singles bundle, a teaser of three songs from their upcoming album. Almost ...

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