In volume 2 of our series (dis)CoverArtwork, we dive into incredible cover art for releases from Zebrahead, The Wring, Ade, Aysanabee, Hedra, and Åskväder.
In our inaugural volume of the new series (dis)CoverArtwork, we dive into awesome artwork from Qbomb, Doodseskader, ROMES, Danz CM, Great American Ghost, and Throwing Bricks.
It’s all just a pile of Sour Grapes for The Criticals. The Nashville-based band just released their latest EP,…
With metallers Deathwhite continuing to promote their new record, Grave Image (Season of Mist), we spoke with both the band and artist Jérôme Comentale to get the full story on the creation of the album artwork and how it’s tied to the record’s overall concept.
On the verge of both a European tour with Mono and the release of A Storm of Light’s new album Anthroscene, artist, multi-instrumentalist and composer Josh Graham discusses his visual work within album covers, music videos and creating concert visuals for some huge artists, as well as working with bands on delivering their vision.
Los Angeles, CA-based rockers, The Body Rampant, have just revealed the killer, retro album cover artwork and track listing for their brand new body of work, RMPNT.
Singer and guitarist Kevin Keegan of Vancouver, riff-meisters Dead Quiet chats about the dope artwork of the band’s new album Grand Rites.
Indie rock trio, Happy Abandon, discuss their intriguing Facepaint cover art (out via Schoolkids Records) via our And Justice For Art series, UnCovered.
Tokyo, Japan’s female-fronted metalcore monsters, Undead Corporation discuss their new album’s evil cover artwork for our And Justice For Art series, “UnCovered”.
We caught up with Canadian quintet Becomes Astral to discuss the crazy-cool artwork on their new album Paleblood Sky.
We recently spoke with RAM and Bloodstock mastermind, legendary artist, Paul Raymond Gregory (who has painted many album covers for groups like Saxon, Dio, Blind Guardian, etc.) about the past, present and future of the festival and most especially, it’s art gallery.
Guitarist and vocalist John Ellis commented on the cover artwork for his band Mokomokai’s debut recording, Poison Whiptail (Boonsdale Records).
In this UnCovered interview, we speak with Olya Viglione, singer and pianist of New York rock group Scarlet Sails, about the cover art for their new album Future from the Past (pre-order here) which drops on April 10th!